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 Basics to UP = 371. UR (79)af12 => +5f1 ; UP = 81OR, without UR: 1. (3)def5 = b5 - (3=7)b7 - (7=83)e73 => -3e46 ; UP = 81 12/Dec/17 12:52 AM |  |
 I've heard of it, but never tasted it. Is it good? 12/Dec/17 5:06 AM |  |
 Can anyone of you sudoku royalty explain the notation that rwm and others use? I cannot make any sense of it. 12/Dec/17 7:49 AM |  |
 #24 2356@bdef5=>aghi5<>2356=>5@def5=>e46<>5 8@i89=>i5<>8 9@e46=>e7<>9 6@df5=>b5<>6#33 17@gh3=>ei3<>17 #38 2?@e5=>e1=5=>e7=7=>b7=3=>b5={}=>e5<>2VHBC to #81V:Only cell left in Vertical More... 12/Dec/17 7:55 AM |  |
 Hi JackI use notation from high school maths, the symbol @ which is now in common usage and VHBC which are explained in my post.This site has links to the notations used by rwm and others.Cheers Les. 12/Dec/17 8:04 AM |  |
 Thanks Les. I have some homework to do!! 12/Dec/17 8:11 AM |  |
 Hi Jack, rwm, sotir, JC Van Hay (sometimes) and myself use the notation called 'Eureka', such named because it was initiated on Eureka sudoku site. The site has crashed, so no link can be provided to the original 'standard'Nevertheless, Eureka notation is explained More... 12/Dec/17 9:26 AM |  |
 Cenoman,Thanks for the links. I could not find anything useful on this site, only indications of old? links. Which system you use for numbering grids is a problem too. You mentioned several (thanks). I'm familiar with matricies and chess notations. Here, Eureka has two meaning: More... 12/Dec/17 10:36 AM |  |

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