Hilo is back. Keeping our promise of delivering more Windows 7 developer fun, we bring you the third installment of the Hilo series. We continue building on the first two applications (covered in Chapters 1 thru 11 on this link). This time we have added features to share photos online and a much improved user interface.
In the fifth part of my video lecture series introducing the Standard Template Library, I explain how the advanced analysis in my Nurikabe solver works. One of its steps involves using a breadth-first search to detect any unreachable cells.
Mandatory prerequisites of Part 5 are reading Wikipedia’s Nurikabe page and watching Part 4 (the introduction to my Nurikabe solver).
In the fourth part of my video lecture series introducing the Standard Template Library, I walk through an extended example of using the STL to solve Nurikabe puzzles. It assumes that you’ve read Wikipedia’s Nurikabe page, and that you’ve watched Part 1 (sequence containers),