I write code for a living and as a hobby I do a lot of lego mindstorms projects for fun and one of those was a rubiks cube solving robot which led me down this path of writing a NxNxN rubiks cube solver.I'm sorry that this is totally unrelated to the conversation, but I just spent a quarter of an hour or so reading through some messages on this thread and this is so fascinating. I know very little of what any of you say but I wish I did, are you programmers or coders? Or is coding a hobby?
One in 40,320! I was really scratching my head over this one. Tried out the fix and it worked like a charm. Thanks for the quick solution.I just pushed a fix, the odds of hitting that bug were 1 in 40,320!! There is one more bug to fix here, for some reason the entire cube rotations (x, y, z moves) are not being removed as they should be.
Thanks for the quick reply.It is because of the f-strings, this feature was introduced in python3.6 but you are running 3.5. I should have the installer catch this and raise a better error.
In a nutshell though if you upgrade to python 3.6 or later you should be good.
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