2014
01-05

# The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite

Slitherlink is a type of logic puzzle made popular by Nikoli, the same Japanese puzzle company that has made Sudoku popular the world over. Like
most good logic puzzles, it has a set of very basic rules that can nonetheless result in devilishly difficult (and delightful!) puzzling experiences.

The rules of Slitherlink are as follows:

A Slitherlink board is made up of a lattice of dots; in this problem, it will be a regular rectangular lattice.
Some of the boxes (or cells) defined by the lattice have numbers within them; with a regular rectangular lattice, the numbers will be between 0
and 3 inclusive.
The goal of a Slitherlink puzzle is to connect adjacent dots (horizontally or vertically, like the sides of boxes) so that there is a single loop that
never crosses itself, with no line segments that are not part of the loop (no "dangling" segments or other, separate loops) such that every cell
that has a number has exactly that many sides as segments of the loop.

Given a supposedly solved Slitherlink puzzle, your task will be to determine whether or not it is indeed legitimately solved.

Input to this problem will begin with a line containing a single integer N (1 ≤ N ≤ 100) indicating the number of data sets. Each data set consists of
the following components:

A line containing two integers H, W (1 ≤ H,W ≤ 20) representing the height and width of the Slitherlink puzzle by the number of cells (not
dots!) per edge;
A series of 2H + 1 lines representing the Slitherlink puzzle, using the following non-whitespace characters:
0, 1, 2, 3, ?: The numbers written inside a given cell. A ? represents an empty cell, as in the example graphic above.
#: A dot in the lattice.
-, |: A horizontal or vertical line segment.
.: An empty adjacency between two dots in the lattice.

Note that all Slitherlink puzzles will be fully represented; that is, there is no internal whitespace on a given line to represent empty cells or

Input to this problem will begin with a line containing a single integer N (1 ≤ N ≤ 100) indicating the number of data sets. Each data set consists of
the following components:

A line containing two integers H, W (1 ≤ H,W ≤ 20) representing the height and width of the Slitherlink puzzle by the number of cells (not
dots!) per edge;
A series of 2H + 1 lines representing the Slitherlink puzzle, using the following non-whitespace characters:
0, 1, 2, 3, ?: The numbers written inside a given cell. A ? represents an empty cell, as in the example graphic above.
#: A dot in the lattice.
-, |: A horizontal or vertical line segment.
.: An empty adjacency between two dots in the lattice.

Note that all Slitherlink puzzles will be fully represented; that is, there is no internal whitespace on a given line to represent empty cells or

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VALID
INVALID

1. 代码不对，仔细对比一下输入输出， 怎么会有‘‘printf("The winning moves are:");’’这种输出呢？

2. 在方法1里面：

//遍历所有的边，计算入度
for(int i=0; i<V; i++)
{
degree = 0;