How about adding a test suite where some of the cell entries are 2-D?
Most of the solutions will not be affected by this update.
Test 7,10 and 11 are fake, you have to correct these problem
In Test 7 : 1->2->4->5->6->40->41->42. So a path exists to go through the structure, even if we don't have a global increase in the cell.
At the beginning this problem was just a test to practice recursive algorithms. I am fed up with always factorial and fibonacci examples. Maybe some others problems will follow.
Given an unsigned integer x, find the largest y by rearranging the bits in x
Triangle Numbers Below N
Find perfect placement of non-rotating dominoes (easier)
Determine Whether an array is empty
Min of a Matrix
Longest Collatz Sequence
Pandigital number n°2 (Inspired by Project Euler 32)
Decrypt the cypher using XOR encryption (for beginners)
Divisors for big integer
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