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Comparing of SUDOKU-algorithms or SOLVER vs. customized source code

Leading article: 2019. October (MIAU No. 254.)
(Previous article: MIAU No. 253.)

Keywords: software planning, software testing, algorithm planning, algorithm testing

Abstract: The philosophy of law is an existing abstraction parallel or rather about the operative legislation processes. Therefore, it should not be strange, if it will be spoken about the philosophy of creating/planning of source codes. On a meta level, each phenomenon which is capable of increasing efficiency (it means utility per time unit) of the programming through substitutions of manual activities, may be called as a source code. So, a keylogger (the logical series of mouse/keyboard-activities may also be seen as a program or even the Excel-calculation schemes with or without Solver-modules and/or pivot-reports may be interpreted as a kind of support mechanisms for increasing efficiency. Therefore, not only the classic programming languages can ensure source codes. This article demonstrates - based on a SUDOKU-task – what kind of differences can be identified if the classic and the Solver-based approaches will be compared. More (DOC) *** More (PDF)

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