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Draw a path that leads from any one of the grid’s open­ings to any other. As the path winds from one cell to the next, it can move up, down, left or right but not di­ag­o­nally. It can­not pass through any cell more than once. The num­bers around the grid tell how many cells the path must pass through in the cor­re­spond­ing row or col­umn. Num­bers ad­ja­cent to both a row and a col­umn rep­re­sent the to­tal num­ber of cells in the path from both the row and the col­umn. If a row or col­umn has no num­ber, then the path may pass through as many or as few cells as you’d like.

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