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Re: Parks Puzzle

by davies (Parson)
on Jan 17, 2018 at 08:46 UTC ( #1207401=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Parks Puzzle

I don't know this particular puzzle, but whenever I see anything that might involve trial & error, I consider Dancing Links ( Masak gave a talk on this to the London Perl Workshop >5 years ago. It is probably on line somewhere, but I have no idea where. He used Perl 6 in his examples, but the techniques were certainly obvious to me.


John Davies

Update: having had a VERY quick look at the site (it's not something I want to get), my first thought is that it is a variant on the N queens problem. See, for example, Efficient N-Queen solution with Perl.

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