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Battleship: only 1 and has length of 4
Cruisers: only 2 and has length of 3
Destroyers: only 3 and has length of 2
Submarines: only 4 and has length of 1
If all ship segments in a row or column are known, the remaining squares in the same row or column are water.
If all water squares in a row/column have been found, the rest of the row/column consists solely of ship segments.
A middle ship segment by definition has neighboring ship segments on opposite sides.
A completely solved ship was found, even though it was not bounded on both sides by water or the board edge.
If a square must be a ship segment and it is bounded on a side by the board edge, it must be an end ship segment.
There is one, and only one, way to place all remaining ships of a specific type.
One (or more) ships can be placed because they are common to all possible placements.
If there are several possible positions for the ship, and the positions overlap each other. Then, the overlapped squares are ship segments.
All end ship segments have another ship segment connected to them.
If all submarines on the board are all decided, other squares which are not water much be ship segments.
If the submarine is known to reside in both a specific row and a specific column, the submarine is located at the intersection of the row and column.
The specified square must be a ship segment and not water.
The specified square must be water and not a ship segment.
There are more/few ship segments in a row or column than its count allows.
There are not enough free squares left in a row or column. The row or column can never have the necessary number of ship segments
A ship was found having too many ship segments. A 10x10 board can never have a ship with more than four segments.
Too many ships of one type were found on the board.
A specific type of ship cannot be placed on the board.
A middle ship segment is flanked by water on two adjacent sides.
Two ships cannot touch each other.
Rectangular Battleships: Similar to Battleships
Retrograde Battleships:
Battleship: only 1 and has length of 4
Cruisers: only 2 and has length of 3
Destroyers: only 3 and has length of 2
Submarines: only 4 and has length of 1
If there are several possible positions for the ship, and the positions overlap each other. Then, the overlapped squares are ship segments.
If a ship has been placed in a subset, all the squares around that subset must be water.
The specified square must be a ship segment and not water.
The specified square must be water and not a ship segment.
Two ships cannot touch each other.
Too many ships of one type were found on the board.
Too few ships of one type were found on the board.
Minesweeper Battleships: exam every sub-board which is a square contains a number and the squares which are adjacent to that square (horizontally, vertically or diagonally).
Battleship: only 1 and has length of 4
Cruisers: only 2 and has length of 3
Destroyers: only 3 and has length of 2
Submarines: only 4 and has length of 1
If there are several possible positions for the ship, and the positions overlap each other. Then, the overlapped squares are ship segments.
If all ship segments in a sub-board are known, the remaining squares in the same sub-board are water.
If all water squares in a sub-board have been found, the rest of the sub-board consists solely of ship segments.
If a square must be a ship segment and it is bounded on a side by the board edge, it must be an end ship segment.
If all submarines on the board are all decided, other squares which are not water much be ship segments.
If the submarine is known to reside in both a specific row and a specific column, the submarine is located at the intersection of the row and column.
The specified square must be a ship segment and not water.
The specified square must be water and not a ship segment.
Two ships cannot touch each other.
Too many ships of one type were found on the board.
Too few ships of one type were found on the board.
There are few/more ship segments in the squares adjacent to that square than the number indicates.
There are not enough free squares left in the 3x3 sub-board. The sub-board can never have the necessary number of ship segments
A ship was found having too many ship segments. It can never have a ship with more than four segments.
Squared Battleship:
Since the battleship is a 4x4 square, only rows with a minimal of four can contain a battleship segment.
Similar rules applied to a cruiser, destroyer and submarine.
Once a ship has been assigned, the squares around them must be water (because ships cannot touch each other.)
Ship segments must not result rectangle.
All ships are squares.
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