Sudoku observations and programmatic considerations
At the lowest level, any Sudoku puzzle consists of a number of squares.
There are rows times columns squares consisting of a single value.
There are x number of larger squares consisting of y values, where x is the smallest of rows and columns, and y is the largest of rows and columns.
As already mentioned, there are a x number of rows, as well as a y number of columns.
Overlap is possible, but the puzzle still consists of these basic parts.
Given the above:
- Rows (int)
- Columns (int)
- Squares (collection of Square)
- Value (string)
- Row (int)
- Column (int)
- Block (int) may not be required
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