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Figure 10.1 An American
square grid type crossword
puzzle.
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< crossword width= " 13 " height= " 13 ">
< /crossword >
Now we can begin to break down the crossword into its core
components, the grid layout (which we will call the
in this
case) and the clues. The grid squares can either have letters or be
blacked out, so no letters can be entered. We
puzzle
ll break down the
puzzle into rows and use a special character to denote the black
spaces. For this example, we
'
'
ll use the underscore (
_
). Each row
will spell out one line of the puzzle in a single string.
<
puzzle
>
<
row
>
ASKS_SON_DOME
<
/row
>
<
row
>
SENT_ONE_EVEN
<
/row
>
<
>
< row > _STARE_SHIRTS < /row >
< row > ___PAWS_IN___ < /row >
< row > HAT_WHISPERED < /row >
< row > IRON_ANT_DARE < /row >
< row > DEPARTURE_TAN < /row >
< row > ___TO_SEAR___ < /row >
row
>
HAIR_MOW_FEED
<
/row
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