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Sounds like a problem where PROLOG could shine...
As far as I remember writing the data as predicate will be all you'll have to do, to let Prolog "find" the solution(s) thanx to unification and backtracking...

IMHO, There are really few problems where PROLOG is the right tool, this one is one of them...
(Maybe those modules could help)

"Only Bad Coders Code Badly In Perl" (OBC2BIP)

In reply to May be OT (Re: Solve Einstein's problem with perl?!) by arhuman
in thread Solve Einstein's problem with perl?! by weini

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