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Submission + - Solvin the Knight's Tour puzzle in 60 Python lines (googlepages.com)

ttsiod writes: "When I was a kid, I used to play the Knight's Tour puzzle with pen and paper: you simply had to pass once from every square of a chess board, moving like a Knight. Nowadays, I no longer play chess; but somehow I remembered this nice little puzzle and coded a 60-line Python solver that can tackle even 100x100 boards in less than a second. Try beating this, fellow coders!"
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Solvin the Knight's Tour puzzle in 60 Python lines

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