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My brain just overheated
Jonn - 10/5/2005 11:48 - 172.22.53.59
Ooh - I enjoyed that. It was fun.
Sam - 10/5/2005 13:40 - 192.168.0.6
Dammit I thought I had it, but then it was wrong. So I went and had lunch instead.
Mr. Happy - 10/5/2005 14:21 - 131.111.177.206
Woo - finally finished it!
Rich - 10/5/2005 15:20 - 131.111.236.214
Yay did it this time. 30 mins :D
Mr. Happy - 10/5/2005 16:25 - 131.111.177.206
just did this one but would be nice if someone could concur with my answer. Which is 9 (hidden)
Mr. Happy - 10/5/2005 17:08 - 131.111.177.206
And while we're on the subject of mind puzzles, today's Times su doku (actually yesterday's) is a piece of piss.
Mr. Happy - 10/5/2005 17:17 - 131.111.177.206
I'm amazed there's a unique solution to the puzzle Hugh linked to! That's really clever. I had to write a program to solve it though, because I am not :-(. (I got the same as you, Hugh.)
Rich - 11/5/2005 18:06 - 131.111.236.214
I think that there wasn't neccesarily a single unique solution to the *rules*, but that whatever you did there would be a unique solution to the value of X. I did it by trial and error with a large amount of luck
Mr. Happy - 12/5/2005 10:38 - 131.111.177.206
There's only one combination of truth assignments to the rules and value of X that doesn't lead to a contradiction. I tried all 2^10*10 possibilities (or at least, my program did).
Rich - 12/5/2005 16:22 - 131.111.236.214
(That's (2^10)*10 btw...)
Rich - 12/5/2005 16:23 - 131.111.236.214

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