Anyone know the solution

Gregory Ewing greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Wed Oct 29 06:13:00 CET 2014


> On Monday, October 27, 2014 5:33:17 PM UTC-7, alex23 wrote:
> 
>>It is NP-complete, meaning that there is no easy solution.
>>
>>The correct answer is "Not possible".

No, that's not the correct answer. Being NP-complete doesn't
mean something is impossible, or even hard to do. All it
means is that nobody knows of a cleverer solution than
just trying all possibilities. That's only a difficulty if
the problem is large enough; often it won't be.

-- 
Greg



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