Hi again.

I have a couple of questions, about the Sue De Coq algorithm. Is there a final definition of the algorithm that defines every type of Sue de Coq, I find bits here and there, but, none explain all of the examples I come across, particularly, those supplied on Hodoku. Speaking of which, can anyone explain what the significance is, of the appearance of a lime-green candidate, in occasional examples found in the Sue de Coq's on Hodoku. The bit that is not well documented/explained is when the numbers of candidates is more than n+2. Hodoku has thrown at me, an ALS variant consisting of only a single cell, that has more than 2 candidates, does that mean a single cell ALS can have more than 3 candidates?

Thanks in advance

Wept