# Takuzu solver

Based on a /r/dailyprogrammer puzzle: Takuzu solver.

Basically, Takuzu is a logic puzzle similar to Sudoku. You are given a grid partially filled with 0s and 1s. You have to fill in the rest of the grid according to three simple rules:

• You cannot have more than three of the same number in a line
• Each column must have an equal number of 0s and 1s1
• No two rows or no two columns can be identical

Thus, if you have a puzzle like this:

0.01.1
0....1
..00..
..00..
1....0
10.0.0


One valid solution (most puzzles should have only a single valid answer, but that doesn’t always seem to be the case):

010101
001101
110010
010011
101100
101010


Let’s do it!

# Chess Puzzles: Knight's Tour

Onwards and upwards! For today’s chess puzzle, let’s take a first crack at the Knight's Tour1