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Yesterday, I got my pen-pal to teach me the rules of Slitherlink. I had to use a translator to understand what she wrote though, and as a result I suspect I've misunderstood some of her points. I've tried all of the Slitherlink puzzles on this site, but I think none of them have valid solutions!

Oh well. If I can't solve others' puzzles, I'll just have to create my own.

Can you find the unique solution to the following Slitherlink I created, and tell me how I have misunderstood the rules?

Slitherlink puzzle

Click here for an interactive version. (Note that the "check" button does not work correctly for this puzzle.)

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The misunderstanding:

In your grid, the numbers indicate how many corner points the loop passes through.

The solution:

enter image description here

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  • $\begingroup$ Ah, I see! Thank you for explaining! (And well done on the quick solve.) $\endgroup$
    – infinigon
    Aug 22 at 12:48
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    $\begingroup$ Interesting new puzzle type. I don't think I have seen that variant before. $\endgroup$ Aug 23 at 9:21

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