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There was recently a spate of sudoku based posts made in the forums. One of the things that came up was a difficulty creating a solver, but as far as I can tell there are only 186,624 different possible sudoku boards, which given the amount of storage is necessary for a sudoku board in computer memory, would be trivial to iterate through. Maybe I'm missing something. I guess the only way to find out would be write one for myself.
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Nah, didn't sound like it. In particular some of the people talking about it I know aren't in school anymore. Probably just a fad.

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Yeah, sudoku is like all the rage nowadays. I hear about them all the time, and I was surprised to see it in your journal. But creating a solver does sound a little interesting.

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