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Thread: Please help ! k Queens domination nxm chessboard problems.

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    Default Please help ! k Queens domination nxm chessboard problems.

    This is my homework. And I don't want to ask for solution of any kind. I just want some clue, hint, strategy to start.

    Find a placement of k queens on an n x m chessboard such that the queens will dominate each of the n x m cells. And I have to solve this problem using stack.
    P/s : I have solved the n queens problem using stack before, but I have got stuck with this one for 3 days.


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    Default Re: Please help ! k Queens domination nxm chessboard problems.

    Hmm... Well, since you can fit most any program to a stack...try doing it without a stack first. Keep in mind you can probably use more than one stack.

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