Im trying to create a program that take user input and verify if latin square or not. Latin square requirments: Every row contains the numbers 1 through N exactly once, in any order.
Every column contains the numbers 1 through N exactly once, in any order.
I have just the code to ask user for numbers but not too sure how to start off verifying .. (Python).. Any help would be appreciated.. thanks
Since the logic behind verifying a Latin square/magic square/Sudoku is independent of languages, I shall move you to a different forum.
Please start by writing down the rules for your square.
Abdullah Alieu
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posted 4 weeks ago
Thank you.
A N N Latin square is formally dened by the following criteria:
Every row contains the numbers 1 through N exactly once, in any order.
Every column contains the numbers 1 through N exactly once, in any order
Those are the only rules.
Abdullah Alieu
Greenhorn
Posts: 3
posted 4 weeks ago
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch
Since the logic behind verifying a Latin square/magic square/Sudoku is independent of languages, I shall move you to a different forum.
Please start by writing down the rules for your square.
A N N Latin square is formally dened by the following criteria:
Every row contains the numbers 1 through N exactly once, in any order.
Every column contains the numbers 1 through N exactly once, in any order
Thank you
Campbell Ritchie
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posted 4 weeks ago
So, now describe how you think you can verify that each row N places long contains the numbers1&hellip.N without gaps. The process for columns will be similar, so we shall omit that for the time being.
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