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January 2, 2021 at 8:02 pm #1350Anonymous
https://github.com/AbhishekTyagi404/ai50/blob/main/projects/crossword/crossword.py
class Variable(): ACROSS = "across" DOWN = "down" def __init__(self, i, j, direction, length): """Create a new variable with starting point, direction, and length.""" self.i = i self.j = j self.direction = direction self.length = length self.cells = [] for k in range(self.length): self.cells.append( (self.i + (k if self.direction == Variable.DOWN else 0), self.j + (k if self.direction == Variable.ACROSS else 0)) ) def __hash__(self): return hash((self.i, self.j, self.direction, self.length)) def __eq__(self, other): return ( (self.i == other.i) and (self.j == other.j) and (self.direction == other.direction) and (self.length == other.length) ) def __str__(self): return f"({self.i}, {self.j}) {self.direction} : {self.length}" def __repr__(self): direction = repr(self.direction) return f"Variable({self.i}, {self.j}, {direction}, {self.length})" class Crossword(): def __init__(self, structure_file, words_file): # Determine structure of crossword with open(structure_file) as f: contents = f.read().splitlines() self.height = len(contents) self.width = max(len(line) for line in contents) self.structure = [] for i in range(self.height): row = [] for j in range(self.width): if j >= len(contents[i]): row.append(False) elif contents[i][j] == "_": row.append(True) else: row.append(False) self.structure.append(row) # Save vocabulary list with open(words_file) as f: self.words = set(f.read().upper().splitlines()) # Determine variable set self.variables = set() for i in range(self.height): for j in range(self.width): # Vertical words starts_word = ( self.structure[i][j] and (i == 0 or not self.structure[i  1][j]) ) if starts_word: length = 1 for k in range(i + 1, self.height): if self.structure[k][j]: length += 1 else: break if length > 1: self.variables.add(Variable( i=i, j=j, direction=Variable.DOWN, length=length )) # Horizontal words starts_word = ( self.structure[i][j] and (j == 0 or not self.structure[i][j  1]) ) if starts_word: length = 1 for k in range(j + 1, self.width): if self.structure[i][k]: length += 1 else: break if length > 1: self.variables.add(Variable( i=i, j=j, direction=Variable.ACROSS, length=length )) # Compute overlaps for each word # For any pair of variables v1, v2, their overlap is either: # None, if the two variables do not overlap; or # (i, j), where v1's ith character overlaps v2's jth character self.overlaps = dict() for v1 in self.variables: for v2 in self.variables: if v1 == v2: continue cells1 = v1.cells cells2 = v2.cells intersection = set(cells1).intersection(cells2) if not intersection: self.overlaps[v1, v2] = None else: intersection = intersection.pop() self.overlaps[v1, v2] = ( cells1.index(intersection), cells2.index(intersection) ) def neighbors(self, var): """Given a variable, return set of overlapping variables.""" return set( v for v in self.variables if v != var and self.overlaps[v, var] )


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