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Sudoku solver in functional-programming style 
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Sudoku solver in functional-programming style 
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Sudoku solver in functional-programming style  Description
Description: A simple brute-force Sudoku solver written in functional-programming style. This code is not aimed for speed, the goal is to write a clear, compact and (hopefully) pedagogical functional solution.

License: Freeware

Related: Functional, recursion, Sudoku


Downloads: 142

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