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I agree %100 that having to type the code is the best way to learn. Even if it means just re-typing something from an example. With Teletype code re-typing is super easy, since the lines are so short and each script is no more than 6 lines!

So, does anyone have any tidbits to share? Something that you coded in Teletype that was especially satisfying?

Great thread, but i am still waiting for my teletype !

I like the idea of posting code directly, prefaced with four spaces, like this:

although that doesn’t really address the posting of a full scene.

I agree that typing code in is useful, also fun. It also matches the memorylessness of modular generally.

Here’s a question: if two scripts each set P.N to different values and call P.NEXT, what happens if the scripts are triggered at the same time? Does P.NEXT reliably increment and read the right P? (I see that the Reich scene @laborcamp posted does this, or might do this.)

Good question about declaring two different patterns and possible confusion. I have not noticed any problems with this. I think if you call P.N right before the P.NEXT in the same script, it should not get confused with other patterns called in different scripts. I would be curious to hear from nike air max 97 wmns black/whitebars red robin
about the order in which commands/scripts are executed. But if the scripts are executed “as a whole” then there should not be issues…

I think the reality is that nothing truly happens ‘at the same time’ in the processor. Everything is processed sequentially (though there could be some strange race conditions). A whole script will be performed before another script is run, so if this happens inside a single script then it should be quite reliable.

If you’re triggering multiple scripts, it will likely depend on the source that is sending the triggers.

Meadowphysics for example will reliably trigger the lower number outs before the higher ones. Thus two simultaneous triggers from MP outs 1 2, will trigger the script connected to 1, then the script connected to 2. This isn’t so much a designed behaviour, but that is what I’ve observed through practice.

Makes perfect sense.

i might’ve asked this before but can’t remember - what if there are delays in a script? would it delay everything else until all of the delayed commands have been executed?

say you have this:

say 2 gets triggered almost right after 1, would CV 1 change to 1, 3, and (after delay) 2, or 1, 2 (after delay) and 3?

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A Skyscraper is a simple pattern that occurs rather often in sudokus and can be easily spotted. It is nothing really new: A Skyscraper is a special form of Turbot Fish and it can be seen as two Sashimi X-Wings .

The description of the pattern sounds more complicated than it really is: Concentrate on one digit. Find two rows (or columns) that contain only two candidates for that digit. If two of those candidates are in the same column (or row), one of the other two candidates must be true. All candidates that see both of those cells can therefore be eliminated. Let's look at examples:

Take the left example: In column 6 digit 1 can only be placed in row 1 or row 5. In column 9 digit 1 can only be placed in row 3 or row 5. r5c6 and r5c9 are in the same row (the "base" of the skyscraper). We can now reason as follows: If r1c6 is not true, then r5c6 must be true (only two possible values, one of them must be true: nike blazers high top ebay sales
). But if r5c6 is true, r5c9 cannot be true since they are in the same row ( weak link ). And if r5c9 is not true, r3c9 has to be true ( strong link ). We have thus proved, that r3c9 has to be true, if r1c6 is not true. The same argument holds if we start with r3c9 not true: It follows, that r1c6 has to be true. Since one of r1c6 and r3c9 has to be true, all candidates that can see both cells can be eliminated (in our example: r1c78 and r3c45).

Luckily for you it is not necessary to follow through the logic everytime you look for a Skyscraper: You only have to identify the pattern.

It can be seen, that the places of the candidates are subject to a restriction: The two top cells have to be in the same band or nothing can be eliminated.

The example on the right shows a Skyscraper, that has been rotated 90 degrees clock wise: Skyscraper on 4 in r2c5,r8c4 (connected by r28c1) => r1c4<>4

If we look at the left example again we can easily identify the two Sashimi X-Wings that are contained in it: The first is c59/r35, fin in r1c6, eliminating 1 from r3c45. The second is c59/r15, fin in r3c9, eliminating 1 from r1c78.

A 2-String Kite is a second special form of Turbot Fish , that can be found in lots of sudokus. The description: Concentrate again on one digit. Find a row and a column that have only two candidates left (the "strings"). One candidate from the row and one candidate from the column have to be in the same block. The candidate that sees the two other cells can be eliminated.

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