## Flash Memory Toolkit 2.01 Full Version Serial Number Rare [2022-Latest] toolkit.Q: Sudoku problem for a range of values I'm working on a sudoku solver, and my main function takes a range of numbers (in the form [0,100]). The problem with this is that if I give it a value outside the defined range, e.g. [100,200], it won't know whether it's a valid number or not. For example: solver.Solve([10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100]) # Works great solver.Solve([100,200]) # Doesn't recognize the number solver.Solve([100,200,300]) # Doesn't recognize the number Is there a way to change my function so that it recognizes any number, regardless of what the values are? Here's my code so far: def Solve(self, a): # Initialize solutions to all zeroes for i in a: for j in range(3): self.Solutions[i][j] = 0 # Use recursive calls to fill in cells for j in range(3): for i in range(3): # Check to see if there's an option if self.Solutions[i][j]!= 9 and self.Solutions[i][j]!= 0: # Check to see if the number is already present for x in range(3): if self.Solutions[i][x] == self.Solutions[j][x]: # If so, replace the number self.S

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toolkit.Q: Sudoku problem for a range of values I'm working on a sudoku solver, and my main function takes a range of numbers (in the form [0,100]). The problem with this is that if I give it a value outside the defined range, e.g. [100,200 