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Does anyone know of a website that posts their suduko puzzles in plain text/html and not in an image.

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  • Websudoku
  • Sudoko.name

  • Apart from these the Sudoku player forums discusses excellent suggestions and methods for solving challenging puzzles.
    And if you want a free puzzle generator application then Simple Sudoku is great.
     
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    WashingtonPost online web portal also has a Sudoku game client:

    http://www.uclick.com/client/wpc/wpdoc/

    Cheers!!
    [ December 13, 2005: Message edited by: Ganpi Srinivasan ]
     
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    I was just looking for the puzzles in a text format to rip it out to try it with my solver that I am working on. Just too lazy to type in puzzles into it.

    Eric
     
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    I agree, I have Simple Sudoko, and it works great.

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    where is source code of sudoko
     
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    I walked through a bookstore yesterday and saw lots of books on this.

    What is it?
     
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    Sudoku is a great little Japanese logic puzzle.

    Basically, you have a 9x9 grid that is made up of 9 3x3 grids. Some of the cells will have a digit in them to start. When you finish, each row of the 9x9 grid will contain the digits 1-9, and each column will contain the digits 1-9. In addition, each 3x3 grid will contain the digits 1-9.

    That's it.

    Sounds like a good thread for Programming Diversions -- create a Sudoku solver.
     
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    Sad thing is Dell has been doing this since 1979, I used to do these on my work break at Burger King years ago.
    There is already a thread in PD about this, to lazy to get a link.

    Eric
     
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    Solving Sudoku turns to addiction.British Airways has banned its staff from solving Sudoku as it is creating problems during take-off and landing.
    Indian housewives now prefer solving Sudoku than watching soaps like Saas-Bahu(mother inlaw-daughter inlaw) on idiot box.
     
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    Originally posted by Arjunkumar Shastry:
    Solving Sudoku turns to addiction.British Airways has banned its staff from solving Sudoku as it is creating problems during take-off and landing.
    Indian housewives now prefer solving Sudoku than watching soaps like Saas-Bahu(mother inlaw-daughter inlaw) on idiot box.



    Really?
     
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    yes
     
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