Sudoku solver/designer by David Eppstein

David Eppstein has made available a a command-line Sudoku puzzle solver/generator. Even the great scientists love Python and do stupid puzzles!

(My wife loves these Sudoku puzzle, so I may need to use this software one day!)

Published by

Daniel Lemire

A computer science professor at the Université du Québec (TELUQ).

2 thoughts on “Sudoku solver/designer by David Eppstein”

  1. Daniel,

    Daniel,

    Maybe you can help me – for Eppstein’s sudoku.py, what would be a format of the input file, I tried several of them and I am always getting this [Errno 9] Bad file descriptor – and what would be a correct form of a command line if I am to use an input file (I don’t know if I am doing it right)

    Thank you

    Andrzej

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