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#1: Al LaPointe (kancamagus) on Jun 17, 2017 [SPOILER]
Comment Suppressed:Click below to view spoilers#2: Teresa K (fasstar) on Jun 18, 2017
How Euclidean of you. Is this a Cayley table? Interesting solve.#3: Tonia Bergh (tonia) on Jun 18, 2017
Sorry - I'm out! Haha! Just a little over my head... But I loved this interesting solve - very challenging and different. Thank you, Al!#4: John Macdonald (perlwolf) on Jun 19, 2017
Hah - the binary operator is: "Is this table solvable on WebPBN?" It sure looks like a puzzle being solved (with not quite good enough focus to read the number clues).#5: David Bouldin (dbouldin) on Jun 19, 2017
i very nearly skipped this one from the look of the clues...but i looked and saw who the creator was and figured i'd give it a go. glad i did. not at ALL the tedious solve i was expecting and such a great concept. looking at the image at the end, i'm shocked that this has a unique solution!#6: Aurelian Ginkgo (AurelianGinkgo) on Jun 23, 2017
You know, I've heard there are only 10 kinds of people in the world: those who understand binary code and those who don't. lol#7: Susan (Susan) on Jun 24, 2017
Strange puzzle. I did some by logic, some by visualizing how "random" the image was - or actually wasn't - coming out. Fun! I remember being very excited when I first saw the multiplication table in third grade. Will have to take a look at the link you provided, Al.
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