louwin wrote:I wrote a bit of logic in my solver to identify Hidden Triples and it says that the following is one.

68, 479, 179, 2579, 1579, 12579, 127, 46789

It claims a triple 468 in 68, 479 & 46789.

Can anyone confirm this or if not suggest what it can be?

I personnally question the 479 component.

TIA,

louwin

There is a pair and a single, as 6 and 8 only appear in two cells in the row and after this reduction there is a single. since the second cell in your row has 4 7 and 9 in it, you can deduce that this cell must be a 4 (a Hidden Single).

You will notice that with a Hidden component (triple) comes a Naked component (quint-5), and you have five cells that only have 1 2 5 7 & 9 in them, so alternatively you can remove any of these numbers from the remaining cells in the row.