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Subject: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-01 8:17 PM (#23326) (#23326) Top


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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-01 11:22 PM (#23361 - in reply to #23326) (#23361) Top




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Could you please confirm (a) which alphabet will be used (e.g. Roman/Cyrillic/Chinese/Hebrew etc) and (b) whether any diacritics (gravs, circumflexes etc) will be used?
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-01 11:30 PM (#23363 - in reply to #23361) (#23363) Top


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11 Substitution

Could you please confirm (a) which alphabet will be used (e.g. Roman/Cyrillic/Chinese/Hebrew etc) and (b) whether any diacritics (gravs, circumflexes etc) will be used?

Only English alphabets will be used.
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-02 1:40 PM (#23377 - in reply to #23326) (#23377) Top




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11 Substitution.

Just to confirm, the set of words in the test could differ from the example.
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-02 2:04 PM (#23383 - in reply to #23377) (#23383) Top


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Para - 2017-10-02 1:40 PM

11 Substitution.

Just to confirm, the set of words in the test could differ from the example.

Yes, they will be different.
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-02 2:45 PM (#23387 - in reply to #23326) (#23387) Top




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3. Curvy Renban Sudoku

"Each line contains a set of distinct consecutive digits." Does this merely mean that no digit can repeat on a line? In my first reading I read it as no two lines can contain the exact same digits, but I think that might be wrong after seeing Round 10, which has a similar rule but the solution has repeating sets.
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-02 4:02 PM (#23392 - in reply to #23387) (#23392) Top


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Para - 2017-10-02 2:45 PM

3. Curvy Renban Sudoku

"Each line contains a set of distinct consecutive digits." Does this merely mean that no digit can repeat on a line? In my first reading I read it as no two lines can contain the exact same digits, but I think that might be wrong after seeing Round 10, which has a similar rule but the solution has repeating sets.

Yes, it just means that no digit can repeat on a line and the digits on a line have to be a set of consecutive digits.
So, you can have two different lines, both having the same set of digits.

Curvy Renban in Round 1, Renban in Round 10, Renban in Round 14 are all the same sudoku variation.
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-03 1:09 PM (#23420 - in reply to #23383) (#23420) Top




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11 Substitution.

Just to confirm, the set of words in the test could differ from the example.

Yes, they will be different.


This completely confuses your previous answer Rohan - presumably if the words are different then they are not English words (if they were then the list would be the same)

To confirm:

The alphabet used is Roman (this refers to characters ABCD etc)
The language used is not entirely English

Thank you.

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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-03 2:41 PM (#23426 - in reply to #23420) (#23426) Top


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detuned - 2017-10-03 1:09 PM

This completely confuses your previous answer Rohan - presumably if the words are different then they are not English words (if they were then the list would be the same)



I think you are misinterpreting it, so for e.g. a new set of words could be:
1 - DETUNED
2 - SKY
3 - IMPORTANT and so on..

So different word list but still English.
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-03 3:28 PM (#23429 - in reply to #23420) (#23429) Top


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Para - 2017-10-02 1:40 PM

11 Substitution.

Just to confirm, the set of words in the test could differ from the example.

Yes, they will be different.


This completely confuses your previous answer Rohan - presumably if the words are different then they are not English words (if they were then the list would be the same)

To confirm:

The alphabet used is Roman (this refers to characters ABCD etc)
The language used is not entirely English

Thank you.

Sorry, we don't use the term 'Roman alphabets'. But I think we are referring to the same thing: Only the standard set of 26 alphabets from A to Z will be used.
So, it could be 1: ORANGE, 2: BLUE, 3: GREEN... or 1: SLOVAKIA, 2: BULGARIA, 3: UK... etc.
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-04 11:07 AM (#23456 - in reply to #23429) (#23456) Top




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Para - 2017-10-02 1:40 PM11 Substitution.Just to confirm, the set of words in the test could differ from the example.
Yes, they will be different.
This completely confuses your previous answer Rohan - presumably if the words are different then they are not English words (if they were then the list would be the same)To confirm:The alphabet used is Roman (this refers to characters ABCD etc)The language used is not entirely EnglishThank you.
Sorry, we don't use the term 'Roman alphabets'. But I think we are referring to the same thing: Only the standard set of 26 alphabets from A to Z will be used.So, it could be 1: ORANGE, 2: BLUE, 3: GREEN... or 1: SLOVAKIA, 2: BULGARIA, 3: UK... etc.
Is the set of words in Hindi numbers?
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Subject: Re: 01 Welcome @ 2017-10-04 11:53 AM (#23458 - in reply to #23456) (#23458) Top


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sinchai4547 - 2017-10-04 11:07 AM
Is the set of words in Hindi numbers?

We won't be sharing the list of words beforehand. But, like mentioned before, they will only use the standard set of 26 alphabets: A to Z.
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