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0 _ _ 3 \ / 1 _ \ / _ 4 \ \/ / 2 __\/\/__ 2 /\/\ 3 _/ /\ \_ 0 / \ 4 _/ \_ 1

That's not an option. Crossing have to be pairwise, I.e if 0 crosses over to 1, 1 must also cross over to 0. So you have to wire it as

0 _____ _____ 3 \/ 1 ___ /\ ___ 4 \/ \/ 2 _ /\ /\ _ 2 \/ \/ \/ 3 _/\ /\ /\_ 0 \/ \/ 4 ___/\__/\___ 1

Think of it as physical wires, and all you can do is to exchange two adjacent wires.

I'll point masak to this thread so he can object if I wrote something wrong.


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