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How to optimally solve and generalize this Conway's Game of Life puzzle
I tried solving this using mma. I am aware of this command - Cellular automata. But i don't want to use that coz then there is no challenge. So below is how i did it and my question is can this be ...
Feb 11 at 15:12
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