Okay, so this is based off of https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/puzzles/js/pattern.html
And, my cousin made a random pattern and gave it for me to solve.
Unfortunately, the logic is beyond me. So i'll give it to for you guys to solve!
You have grid of squares, and you have to fill all the squares black or white.
Beside each row are the lengths of the runs of black squares in that row.
Above each column are the lengths of the runs of black squares in that column.
Also, the numbers will appear in the order the runs appear (see below)
For example, if the row looks like this: ■■■■ ■■ ■ ■ ■■, then the numbers at the side of the row will be 4 2 1 1 2. Note that the numbers appear in the order the runs appear.
If you need to, alt+254 is a black square, and alt+255 is a white square.
So here is the puzzle that was sent. My cousin says there are 3 solutions!
1 1 11111221 11 111111122221111 121111111121221 _______________ 12| 123| 7| 34| 15| 1118| 1112| 223|