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A Sierpinski-ish structure, via 2D automata
The project is originally based on a puzzle proposed by EIORU at http://www.ptt.cc/bbs/puzzle/M.1342451949.A.00F.html (若您懂得讀中文 / if anyone happen to read Chinese^^) last July. The descriptions, ...
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