That's the problem with taking a fully solveable - randomly generated maze and then sticking the entrances that close together. In order to stay with-in the char count for TPJ, I was forced to drop the random entrance code. You can, of course, pick any starting and ending points you want. You can also generate larger mazes (reducing the likely-hood of an overly simplistic one) by running the script with your desired dimensions on the command line.
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