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Strategy for solving “Lights Out” puzzle
Lights Out is a grid-based puzzle where each cell has two states: on/off. You can swap the state of any cell, but when you do so, the adjacent cells (horizontally or vertically) are swapped as well. ...
Mar 25 at 11:49
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