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What is Sudoku? Sudoku is "a denial of service attack on human intellect". It is all consuming, and once a puzzle is seen it can't be left incomplete. It is also a wonderful way to waste time in class.
In normal Sudoku you are given a partially filled in 9x9 grid:
And your goal is to fill in the blank squares such that the numbers 1 through 9 appear in each row, each column, and in each of 9 3x3 squares.
Quote of DOS on Intellect is attributed to Ben Laurie, by Peter Norvig.
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