Double Sudoku 9x9 success

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Double Sudoku 9x9 success

Postby Pupp » Tue Nov 05, 2019 2:54 am

I managed to solve my first 9x9 double sudoku. Took several tries where I just went back to the starting position.

I don't think it was intended to be hard, but rather just trying to keep track of the overlap took some practice. It's very easy to look at a number that's too far away and mentally use that for calculating in a different area of the puzzle.
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Re: Double Sudoku 9x9 success

Postby Mathimagics » Tue Nov 05, 2019 4:45 am

Hi!

May I suggest that you post entries such as this as in your existing threads, rather than create a new one as you have here (We call this "thread bloating").

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Re: Double Sudoku 9x9 success

Postby Pupp » Tue Nov 12, 2019 2:54 pm

I'm not going to spend my entire existence on this forum posting under my "Hello I'm new" thread. In any event, I've never been insulted to "keep all my posts under one thread" in any other website's forum I've ever posted on.

Thread bloating is when you start a new thread, for no reason, when the subject matter is the same as another thread you started. But since my first thread was "Hello, I'm new", I didn't feel compelled to keep posting in that thread, since it's been a few weeks since I joined the forum. That's not to say I won't post again in that thread, but only if it's related to something I posted earlier in that that. (Which I will, since I have an update something I posted earlier on my Hello I'm New thread, but I'm too busy at the moment, I have an appointment to go to, so I'll update that later today.)

Very insulting to tell a new member to not start new threads. I can see if I was making 10 new forum threads a days, just bloating up the forum with anything that comes into my head, but I try to not post at all unless I have something worth mentioning. Hence it's been some time since I actually got around to actually looking at this forum.
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Re: Double Sudoku 9x9 success

Postby 1to9only » Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:27 pm

Without a sudoku grid to accompany your descriptive solving, I find it hard to know what you're talking about. I read your first line. I move on.
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