Minesweeper (Part 9/16)

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According to the rules, when a cell without adjacent mines is revealed, the game reveals the "unmined" area up to cells with mined neighbors. Let's implement it... I suggest using recursion. It is used when the algorithm for solving the problem is the same as the algorithm for solving part of the p
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Richi
Level 15, Heilbronn, Deutschland
27 November 2020, 22:53
sorry for this error. I already solved my problem
Richi
Level 15, Heilbronn, Deutschland
20 November 2020, 18:41
Last condition not met! but why? the programm does exactly what it shoud.


Roman
Level 41
23 November 2020, 06:15
Please post your question with the attached solution in the section Help.
Mike Taylor
Level 13, Auckland, New Zealand
7 February 2020, 21:02
My code currently doesn't pass anything on requirements list. In the "openTile" method, I'm attempting to solve by calling recursively from list of "getNeighbors" (lines 58-60). Looking at other people's questions I see they coded explicitly which becomes lengthy. I could do similarly, but would really like to do proper recursion. Thanks
Mateo
Level 26, Zagreb, Croatia
12 July 2019, 16:55
Can somebody explain the lasts condition: The openTile(int, int) method must not call anything if the element is not a mine and has no mined neighbors. Use an empty string. Its equal to first one
Roman
Level 41
15 July 2019, 13:51
I think, correct phrase is The openTile(int, int) method must not display anything if the element is not a mine and has no mined neighbors. Use an empty string.