Hi.

New version SuDoKu-Cracker 2008 is now available http://www.the24net.com/sudoku/

Changes:

- New faster Solver (average less than 1 millisecond).

- Complete new Generator with advanced check on level of difficulty.

arne.

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Hi.

New version SuDoKu-Cracker 2008 is now available http://www.the24net.com/sudoku/

Changes:

- New faster Solver (average less than 1 millisecond).

- Complete new Generator with advanced check on level of difficulty.

arne.

New version SuDoKu-Cracker 2008 is now available http://www.the24net.com/sudoku/

Changes:

- New faster Solver (average less than 1 millisecond).

- Complete new Generator with advanced check on level of difficulty.

arne.

- a r n e
**Posts:**9**Joined:**16 November 2006

a r n e wrote:Hi.

New version SuDoKu-Cracker 2008 is now available http://www.the24net.com/sudoku/

Changes:

- New faster Solver (average less than 1 millisecond).

- Complete new Generator with advanced check on level of difficulty.

arne.

Nice program. Incredible much faster than my creation. I found that sudokus which are written as a 9x9 matrix (empty fiels 0 or .) can be entered by drag and drop. It would be nice if also one-liner notation could be entered by darg and drop, and other usual notation used at this forum. Is that also possible in some way?

- merallas
**Posts:**39**Joined:**26 September 2006

merallas wrote:a r n e wrote:Hi.

New version SuDoKu-Cracker 2008 is now available http://www.the24net.com/sudoku/

Changes:

- New faster Solver (average less than 1 millisecond).

- Complete new Generator with advanced check on level of difficulty.

arne.

Nice program. Incredible much faster than my creation. I found that sudokus which are written as a 9x9 matrix (empty fiels 0 or .) can be entered by drag and drop. It would be nice if also one-liner notation could be entered by darg and drop, and other usual notation used at this forum. Is that also possible in some way?

By now it doesn't support Drag and Drop, but you can use Ctrl+V to paste a puzzle (Ctrl+C to copy). Or you can open a puzzle as a text-file.

arne.

- a r n e
**Posts:**9**Joined:**16 November 2006

merallas wrote:a r n e wrote:Hi.

New version SuDoKu-Cracker 2008 is now available http://www.the24net.com/sudoku/

Changes:

- New faster Solver (average less than 1 millisecond).

- Complete new Generator with advanced check on level of difficulty.

arne.

Nice program. Incredible much faster than my creation. I found that sudokus which are written as a 9x9 matrix (empty fiels 0 or .) can be entered by drag and drop. It would be nice if also one-liner notation could be entered by darg and drop, and other usual notation used at this forum. Is that also possible in some way?

The SuDoKu-Cracker now supports Drag and Drop:

- different matrices (at least 9 lines)

- "one-liner notation" with 81 digits

Empty fields (zero) can bee any character (not letters) e.g. - . or space.

arne.

- a r n e
**Posts:**9**Joined:**16 November 2006

Hi.

New version of SuDoKu-Cracker (2008.06) is now available http://www.the24net.com/sudoku/

Changes:

Program

- New Printer function: Print multiple puzzles (up to six at one page)

Generator

- Seven levels of difficulty

Helper

- New Solution methods (e.g. XY-Wing)

See: Application features for more information.

arne.

New version of SuDoKu-Cracker (2008.06) is now available http://www.the24net.com/sudoku/

Changes:

Program

- New Printer function: Print multiple puzzles (up to six at one page)

Generator

- Seven levels of difficulty

Helper

- New Solution methods (e.g. XY-Wing)

See: Application features for more information.

arne.

- a r n e
**Posts:**9**Joined:**16 November 2006

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