Mirrored from Sudopedia, the Free Sudoku Reference Guide
The grid is the visual representation of a Sudoku puzzle. In a standard Sudoku, the grid has 81 cells in a 9x9 formation. There are several derived terms which include the word grid.
- Empty grid
- 81 empty cells.
- Starting grid
- The state in which only the given digits are placed. This is the actual puzzle.
- Solution grid
- A grid in which all the cells contain a digit. It may be the solution to a particular puzzle, but it may also be a valid Sudoku grid used for other purposes.
- Pencilmark grid | Candidate grid
- A grid containing all remaining candidates.
- 27 houses | 3 floors | 3 towers | 81 cells | 729 candidates | 9 rows | 9 columns | 9 boxes | 2 diagonals
This page was last modified 18:21, 11 October 2007.