#!/bin/sh
# File Contents
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# no? all solutions of size ?
# sym? only symmetry classes of all solutions of size ?
# n? solutions with at least rot2 symmetry
# d? solutions with at least dia1 symmetry
# s? solutions with at least ort1 symmetry
# k? solutions with exactly dia2 symmetry
# c? solutions with nearly rot4 symmetry
# r? solutions with exactly rot4 symmetry
# f? solutions with exactly ort2 symmetry
# cases_*.txt contain leaves- & nodes-counters of the (tree)search
# suffix .Z are compressed files and suffix .gz indicates gnu-ziped files
# and in this order are the solutions packed into known_solutions
code no2 no3 no4 no5 no6 no7 no8 no9 no10 no11 no12 no13 no14 no15 no16 \
n17 n18 n19 n20 n21 n22 n23 n24 n25 \
d17 d18 d19 d20 d21 d22 d23 d24 d25 \
s26 \
c27 c29 c31 c33 c35 c37 c39 c41 c43 c45 \
k26 k27 k28 k29 k30 k31 k32 k33 k34 k35 k36 k37 k38 k39 k40 k41 \
k42 k43 k44 k45 \
r26 r28 r30 r32 r34 r36 r38 r40 r42 r44 r46 r48 r50 r52 \
> known_solutions
Now each configuration is lead in by a symmetry-class character of the list
(. : / - o c x + *) which indicates the symmetry
(iden rot2 dia1 ort1 rot4 near dia2 ort2 full)
(. : / - o c x + *) which indicates the symmetry
(iden rot2 dia1 ort1 rot4 near dia2 ort2 full)
# no? all solutions of size ?
# sym? only symmetry classes of all solutions of size ?
# n? : solutions with at least rot2 symmetry
# d? / solutions with at least dia1 symmetry
# s? - solutions with at least ort1 symmetry
# k? x solutions with exactly dia2 symmetry
# c? c solutions with nearly rot4 symmetry
# r? o solutions with exactly rot4 symmetry
# f? + solutions with exactly ort2 symmetry