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Posted on: Fri Oct 09, 2015 6:45 pm




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Post largest puzzles of the Calcudoku Advanced, vol. III book
A certain database field was too small, which in practice meant that the database did not hold
the solutions for the largest (14x14, 15x15, and 17x17) puzzles of the "Calcudoku, 121 Advanced Puzzles, volume III" book

(http://www.calcudoku.org/ops/books2/en)

This should be fixed now, so if you have solutions for puzzles a3x7, a3x8, a3x9, a3x10, or a3x11,
you can submit them now [smile]

Apologies for the late fix.. [blush]

Patrick


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Post Re: largest puzzles of the Calcudoku Advanced, vol. III book
pnm wrote:
A certain database field was too small, which in practice meant that the database did not hold
the solutions for the largest (13x13, 15x15, and 17x17) puzzles of the "Calcudoku, 121 Advanced Puzzles, volume III" book

(http://www.calcudoku.org/ops/books2/en)

This should be fixed now, so if you have solutions for puzzles a3x7, a3x8, a3x9, a3x10, or a3x11,
you can submit them now [smile]

Apologies for the late fix.. [blush]

Patrick


[thumbup] Everything from a3x5 up, right? (a3x5 and a3x6 are 13x13 while a3x7 and a3x8 are 14x14).
BTW, in the Postcript of this book you comment that 10 points will be awarded for each solved puzzle, it should say 12 points (it's OK in page 6) if it is assumed we are referring to Vol III.


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Posted on: Fri Oct 09, 2015 9:17 pm




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Post Re: largest puzzles of the Calcudoku Advanced, vol. III book
clm wrote:
[thumbup] Everything from a3x5 up, right? (a3x5 and a3x6 are 13x13 while a3x7 and a3x8 are 14x14).

Oops, that should have read 14x14, 15x15, and 17x17.
clm wrote:
BTW, in the Postcript of this book you comment that 10 points will be awarded for each solved puzzle, it should say 12 points (it's OK in page 6) if it is assumed we are referring to Vol III.

Thanks, that's a typo.


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