Enter a hexadoku 16x16 sudoku solution to solve and play online

Checking your hexadoku puzzle at

This grid has several possible solutions.

Number of tests: 256.

01
23
45
67
89
AB
CD
EF
Button tip for a square
Button solution for a square
Button solution for the grid
Button verification of the grid
Button printing the grid
Save the grid
Button back to the puzzle
Button reset

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Gray Insert "Checking your irregular hexadoku puzzle" :

You have four acceptable results:
 • This grid has only one solution.
 • This grid has several possible solutions.
 • This grid is false, no possible solution.
 • Input Error with equal numbers in row, colomn or area.


Rules: 

The hexadoku is 16 X 16 squares instead of 9 X 9 squares. The solving techniques are identical to those of a classic sudoku.

To reduce the size of the grid on the screen and to facilitate entering values, the possibilities are represented here by the following hexadecimal digits: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E and F.

The hexadecimal system is a numeral system with a base of 16, using Arabic numerals to represent values 0-9 and the letters A-F for the other six. The hexadecimal is especially useful in computer science because it is much easier to map binary to hexadecimal than to decimal.


Browser: 

We recommend you try Google Chrome, for its speed and its various features are very welcome when it comes to solving puzzles of 256 squares.


 Directions: 

This page allows you to enter the solution of a sudoku grid.

Entering a number with the mouse:

 • Select your box by clicking in this one.
 • Click in one of the numbers of the left column.

Entering a number with the keyboard:

 • You can move the cursor with the four arrow keys and the Tab key on the keyboard.
 • Type the number in the appropriate box.

Figures in blue are those of the statement and are not modifiable.


 Tip: 

The icon (Tip for a square) displays and advises on the first square, the easiest to solve.



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