note: the "is it sneaky?" part of the testsuite is not really a complete test (e.g. the matrix [1 2 3; 4 5 6; 7 8 9] would pass that). Using "complex(I,J)" instead of "I+J" would fix this.
Thanks Alfonso! Advice taken.
You also gave me a new test for "Is it Snaky (42705)" that knocked out the current leader.
Can you clarify: does the partial sequence 1-1-0-1 force a failure? Your diagram doesn't seem to allow diagonal paths, so it seems that a single 0 or 1 causes failure.
Hi Carl: All sequences are generated from successful packings. So you wouldn't get 1-1-0-1 because, as you note, it couldn't be packed successfully. In other words, this situation shouldn't come up.
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