EXCEL SUDOKU


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This application is not supported by InterSystems Corporation. Use it at your own risk.
This game is made using EXCEL INTERFACE technology. -- to increase the difficulty level, click 5 (cell L3 ) - to get a hint click help (cell D3 ) on/off -- to restart click R (left-top)

For starting EXCEL INTERFACE SUDOKU :

  • download the repository from https://github.com/mx-alex/MX
  • start terminal IRIS (Cache), then run the following commands: zn "yournspace" Set root = "path on filesystem to which repository was downloaded" Do $System.OBJ.ImportDir(root,"vmx.ro","ck",,1) Do ^ZSTU ( Alternative option : USER> zn "yournspace" Do ^%RI Do ^ZSTU )
  • copy **.xlsb files and all folders to a separate folder, for example: to c:\mx, or to a removable drive (flash)
  • edit, if necessary, the [connections] table in the MX_CONFI.xlsb (tcp port and $znspace )
  • run mx.xlsb (MS EXCEL be sure, required dot . as system-decimal-delimiter)
note : --  if you import vmx.ro to %SYS as well, MX-server will start automatically.
               --  you can run mx.xlsb, without instaling m-server, and click button [ test-CACHE-32-bit-internet ]

How it works : After starting mx macro will establish a connection with the server then open the start sheet. Further actions are determined by the operator and the mx-formulas (m-commands). During operation, interactive communication is maintained between the sheet and its virtual double in the m-server. M-commands are executed in virtual cells of the double but the result is displayed on the real sheet as well. All m-formulas are recorded in the book “MX_FORMA_TEST.xlsb”. For editing, click the button “design mode” on top bar MX. A sheet with formulas will open. After editing, click the design again to save.

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1.0.1
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2020-03-01
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