Fill a table (like a magic square) 
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 Fill a table (like a magic square)

Brest, le dimanche 18 novembre

Hi, I am trying to fill tables with many constraints on relations between
cells (like in a magic square, though it isn't one). Prolog is the best
language in my opinion to do it, because it can spare much time (when
the first cells aren't correctly filled, it isn't worth filling the rest of
them). Anyway, what I wrote is still very long. I was wondering if there are
good docs or good examples on the problem. I had a look at the magic square
problem, but it is too restrictive for me. Are there even programs doing
what I want ?

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Thu, 06 May 2004 23:52:12 GMT  
 
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