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@ 2011-07-09 9:29 PM (#5086 - in reply to #5085) (#5086) Top

motris



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motris posted @ 2011-07-09 9:29 PM

If there is no natural space in the puzzle for the two arrows, you can just reformat the grid with an extra gap. I definitely like this arrow line idea.
@ 2011-07-10 9:51 AM (#5093 - in reply to #5086) (#5093) Top

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vopani posted @ 2011-07-10 9:51 AM

motris - 2011-07-09 9:29 PM

If there is no natural space in the puzzle for the two arrows, you can just reformat the grid with an extra gap. I definitely like this arrow line idea.

Then this will be a very convenient and easy answer key. Definitely easier than counting double bridges.
@ 2020-04-23 5:01 PM (#28120 - in reply to #5079) (#28120) Top

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rob posted @ 2020-04-23 5:01 PM

Since this was just linked from the PR 2020 discussion: https://logicmastersindia.com/forum/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=2737#...

Just want to note one downside of this suggestion, compared to the version used on PR (which was to ask for a sequence of N numbers 0/1/2 counting the "horizontal" bridges in a row of N+1 clues). Namely, that the suggestion here has no fixed length. Some form of checksum like a fixed length or sum is very useful to avoid typos.
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