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We implement a custom simulator that generates a quantum circuit diagram in the ⟨q|pic⟩ format from Q# program execution traces.
This post is the second in a series on how to write your own Q# simulators. In this part we describe advanced features to extend the reversible simulator from the first post in the series.
Simulators are a particularly versatile feature of the QDK. This post is the first in a series that teaches you how to write your own simulators, thereby broadly extending the scope of Q#.