A program that solves and generates Sudokus from the command line and curses.
YasSS (Yet another (simple stupid) Sudoku Solver) is a Sudoku solver for the command line. It solves any Sudoku puzzle and generates Sudoku puzzles. It can calculate the number of solutions, print a difficulty rating, and generate a canonical form for a puzzle. It also provides a curses interface for playing Sudoku.
released on 20 June 2007
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