## KAKURO COMBINATION PDF

Kakuro and Killer Sudoku Cheat Sheet. 2. 3 15 5. 4 5 14 6 15 7 16 25 Kakuro number combinations. On this page you can find documents to help solve . Kakuro, Killer sudoku and Killer sudoku product puzzles. evaluate the input string ~ ### build all possible combinations of 0 9 [[]] # start with set of empty combination T # { # for {1$+}+% # copy.

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. Because I can’t do mental arithmetic, I often struggle with the Kakuro Puzzle, which requires the victim to repeatedly work out which distinct numbers in the range 1 to 9 inclusive sum to another number in range 1 to 45 when you know how many numbers there are.

This is the same idea as Killer Sudoku if you are familiar with that. Your task is to write a program that lists all the possible solutions to a given problem, in a strict order, in a strict layout. Your solution can receive the inputs as a single ASCII string either through stdin, a command line argument, an argument to a function, a value left on the stack, or whatever madness your favourite esoteric language employs.

### Kakuro combinations

The string is in the form. The first 2 arguments are typical base non-negative non-zero integers in the ranges 1 to 45 and 1 to 9 respectively using a decimal point would be invalid inputthe two lists are just digits kakuto together with no delimitation in no particular order without repetition, or ‘0’ if they are empty lists.

There can be no shared digits between the lists except for 0. The delimiters are single spaces. Your output must start with a line that contains the number of possible solutions. Your program must print out line-break delimited solutions sorted by each increasingly significant digit, where each digit is placed at the position kskuro would be if you combinatioh the numbers from 1 to 9.

The examples below will hopefully make this clearer. If an invalid input is provided I do not care what your program does, though I’d rather it didn’t zero my boot sector. Note the spaces in place of each “missing” number, these are required; I’m not bothered about spaces which don’t have a number after them such as the missing 9s above.

You can assume that whatever you are printing to will use a mono-space font. Note also the ordering, whereby solutions with a smaller smallest digit are listed first, and then those with a smallest next smallest digit, etc. I’ve intentionally made the parsing of the input part of the fun of this question. This is code-golf, may the shortest solution win. The code can be tested here.

## Kakuro Combinations

As a testable function with 1 string argument and returning the requested output. To have a real output change return with alertsame byte count, but beware, the alert font is not monospace. Then I use IntegerPartitions to figure out how I can split up the first number into the allowed numbers. Then I filter out all partitions that use duplicates or don’t contain required numbers. And then for each solution I create a list from 1 to 9 and convert the present numbers into their string representation and the others into spaces.

And then I concatenate everything. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Kakuro Combinations Ask Question. Kakuro Combinations Because I can’t do mental arithmetic, I often struggle with the Kakuro Puzzle, which requires the victim to repeatedly work out which distinct numbers in the range 1 to 9 inclusive sum to another number in range 1 to 45 when you know how many numbers there are.

Input Your solution can receive the inputs as a single ASCII string either through stdin, a command line argument, an argument to a function, a value left on the stack, or whatever madness your favourite esoteric language employs. Output Your output must start with a line that contains the number of possible solutions. Examples For this example input 19 3 0 0 The expected output would be 5 2 89 3 7 9 4 6 9 4 78 56 8 Note the spaces in place of each “missing” number, these are required; I’m not bothered about spaces which don’t have a number after them such as the missing 9s above.

Another example, based on that above 19 3 57 9 The expected output would be 2 2 89 4 6 9 Note that every result contains a 9, and no result contains a 5 or 7. If there are no solutions, for example 20 2 0 0 Then you should coombination output a single line with a 0 on it. VisualMelon 3, 12 I’d rather it didn’t zero my boot sector.

Code with some comments: JavaScript E6 As a testable function with 1 string argument and returning the requested output. Mathematica, bytes I admit I started working on this while it was still in the sandbox. Martin Ender k 56 Groovy – chars Large, uninspired answer, but it uses Google Guava to generate the “power set”. Michael Easter 5 9.

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