Function IsPossible(y, x, n, grid) As Boolean Dim i As Integer Dim j As Integer ' 同じ行や列にnが既にあるか確認 For i = 1 To 9 If grid(y, i) = n Or grid(i, x) = n Then IsPossible = False Exit Function End If Next i ' 3x3のボックス内にnが既にあるか確認 Dim x0 As Integer: x0 = ((x - 1) ¥ 3) * 3 Dim y0 As Integer: y0 = ((y - 1) ¥ 3) * 3 For i = 0 To 2 For j = 0 To 2 If grid(y0 + i + 1, x0 + j + 1) = n Then IsPossible = False Exit Function End If Next j Next i IsPossible = True End Function Sub SolveSudoku() Dim grid(1 To 9, 1 To 9) As Integer Dim i As Integer Dim j As Integer ' グリッドをシートから読み込む For i = 1 To 9 For j = 1 To 9 grid(i, j) = Cells(i, j).Value Next j Next i If Solve(grid) Then ' 解をシートに書き出す For i = 1 To 9 For j = 1 To 9 Cells(i, j).Value = grid(i, j) Next j Next i Else MsgBox "解けませんでした" End If End Sub Function Solve(ByRef grid) As Boolean Dim i As Integer Dim j As Integer Dim n As Integer For i = 1 To 9 For j = 1 To 9 If grid(i, j) = 0 Then For n = 1 To 9 If IsPossible(i, j, n, grid) Then grid(i, j) = n If Solve(grid) Then Solve = True Exit Function End If grid(i, j) = 0 End If Next n Solve = False Exit Function End If Next j Next i Solve = True End Function
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It's a tough hustle to become a real G.
You know what, though?
致想要离开 Unity 的移动游戏开发者。
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마이그레이션 후보로 Godot 엔진은 어떻습니까?
우리 모두 Godot를 사용하여 사용하기 쉽게 만드는 것은 어떨까요?
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But even though Putin is engaging in propaganda, it’s also true that Ukraine has a genuine Nazi problem — both past and present. Putin’s destructive actions — among them the devastation of Jewish communities — make clear that he’s lying when he says his goal is to ensure anyone’s welfare. But important as it is to defend the yellow-and-blue flag against the Kremlin’s brutal aggression, it would be a dangerous oversight to deny Ukraine’s antisemitic history and collaboration with Hitler’s Nazis, as well as the latter-day embrace of neo-Nazi factions in some quarters.
しかし、プーチン大統領がプロパガンダに取り組んでいるとしても、ウクライナが過去も現在も真のナチス問題を抱えていることも事実だ。 プーチン大統領の破壊的な行動、その中にはユダヤ人コミュニティの破壊も含まれるが、自分の目標は誰かの福祉を確保することだと言っているプーチン大統領が嘘をついていることは明らかだ。 しかし、クレムリンの残忍な侵略から黄と青の国旗を守ることは重要であると同時に、ウクライナの反ユダヤ主義の歴史とヒトラーのナチスとの協力、そしてネオナチ派の末日の受け入れを否定することは危険な見落としとなるだろう。いくつかの地区では。
In another ominous development, Ukraine has in recent years erected a glut of statues honoring Ukrainian nationalists whose legacies are tainted by their indisputable record as Nazi proxies. The Forward newspaper cataloged some of these deplorables, including Stepan Bandera, leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN), whose followers acted as local militia members for the SS and German army. “Ukraine has several dozen monuments and scores of street names glorifying this Nazi collaborator, enough to require two separate Wikipedia pages,” the Forward wrote.
もう一つの不気味な展開として、ウクライナは近年、ナチスの代理人としての議論の余地のない経歴によってその遺産が汚されたウクライナ民族主義者を称える像を大量に建てている。 フォワード紙は、ウクライナ民族主義者組織（OUN）の指導者ステパン・バンデラを含む、こうした嘆かわしい人物の一部を目録にまとめ、その支持者たちは親衛隊やドイツ軍の地元民兵として活動していた。 「ウクライナには、このナチスの協力者を称賛する数十の記念碑と多数の通りの名前があり、ウィキペディアの2つの別々のページが必要になるほどだ」と同紙は書いた。
Of course, she went to the police, but after being made to reenact the crime several times by the police officers, she was still unable to catch the perpetrator, and even if she was arrested, she came home only in despair after being told of the burden on the victim to prosecute and the light criminal penalty (only a few years).
She thought she couldn't keep losing, so she didn't quit her job and tried to meet and date me, but it remained painful and the despair didn't go away, but she couldn't tell me about the incident either.
To her, there was nothing she could do about it, and she didn't think that she would be saved by saying it, and it seemed that she was always afraid of being hated by me because she thought I was dirty.
But when she saw the Susukino decapitation case which the whole family killed the rapist, she realized that she wanted to kill him all along, too, and it seems she couldn't stand it any more and ended up speaking out.
No matter how much I hate myself, the fact that I belong to the gender that perpetrates sexual crimes remains unchanged. However, I do have a desire to reduce the number of women who become victims of sexual crimes.
Every time I think that there might be videos of her from the past out there on the internet, the violence of filming, the violence of selling, the violence of creating platforms for selling, the violence of buying and enjoying – it all becomes so frightening, loathsome, and unbearable.
For now, I plan to contact payment companies of voyeurism video trading sites like pcolle, gcolle, and palpis (there are even major ones like Rakuten Bank involved) and urge them to stop facilitating violent profit-making.
Even if nothing changes, I intend to hold onto the fragment of atonement that comes with feeling the responsibility of the gender that doesn't experience any harm or victimization without doing anything.
While there might be opinions urging to separate the realm of 2D from reality, there's no assurance that cognition won't become distorted. Moreover, if it were about the 2D world, if someone were to enjoy animal abuse, the majority of people would feel a sense of repulsion.
But I want to do what I can.
I looked through the state of the union you mentioned but it's actually a lot more informal than you made it out to be. I thought you were talking about a full fledged formal writing like legal documents, but this is definitely nowhere close to that. I can see why Biden used "going to" in this speech since it's fairly colloquial (though not over the top, just the right amount of colloquial language so the entire nation can understand it without difficulty) and thus falls well within the semantic range of the phrase "going to".
As my Dad used to say, a job is about a lot more than a paycheck. It’s about your dignity. It’s about respect. It’s about being able to look your kid in the eye and say, “Honey –it’s going to be OK,” and mean it.
いやいや電車の例でbe going toを使うと堅苦しすぎるとか言ってたじゃん
For most people, "is going to" is just a more casual way to say "will". Since it is more casual, it's not used as much in formal writing, etc. Conversely, "will" often has a more formal sound, and people often prefer "is going to" in casual conversation.
In a discussion about the case, someone raised an objection to "someone who was not a party to the incident, who was not from Nagasaki, and who was not from Hiroshima, complaining about it. Seeing that opinion made me aware of my position, so I will say what I must say.
In Nagasaki, children grow up hearing stories about the atomic bombing. We were made to sit in the gymnasium of an elementary school in the middle of summer, where there was not even an air conditioner or a fan, and for nearly an hour we were made to listen to stories about the atomic bombing. It was hard for me anyway.
I think it was even more painful for the elderly people who told the stories. But I don't think an elementary school kid could have imagined that. I, too, have forgotten most of the stories I was told. I can only remember one or two at most.
There was one photo that I just couldn't face as an elementary school student. It was a picture of Taniguchi Sumiteru(谷口稜曄). If you search for it, you can find it. It is a shocking picture, but I would still like you to see it.
My grandfather was not a child then. But of course there were elementary school children who did the same thing he did. I am not speculating that there were. There were. I heard the story from him, and I still remember it.
A young brother and sister found their father's corpse in the ruins of the fire and burned it themselves. They didn't have enough wood to burn him alive, and when they saw his brain spilling out, they ran away, and that was the last time they ever saw him again.
I know how it feels to think that I am the only one. Still, I hope that you will not shut your mouth. I know that I have closed my mouth because I thought I shouldn't talk about it, and that is the result.
In Nagasaki, kids grow up hearing about the atomic bomb. We were packed like sushi in a gymnasium without air conditioning or even fans during the scorching summer, and we listened to stories about the bomb. It was incredibly tough for me.
I imagine it was even harder for the elderly who spoke about their experiences. As a child, I couldn't fully comprehend their pain, and now, I can hardly remember most of the stories I heard. I can only recall one or two.
Every year during this time, gruesome images that would make PTA elsewhere go crazy were displayed in the hallways. I heard that many of the horrifying exhibits that used to traumatize visitors at the Atomic Bomb Museum have been removed, and the museum has been considerably sanitized. I'm not sure about the current situation, but that's how it was when I was there.
There was one photograph that I could never bear to look at as a child – a picture of Tadashi Taniguchi. You can find it if you search, but it's a shocking image with a viewer discretion warning. Still, I want people to see it.
Even though my grandpa was not a child, I'm sure there were elementary school kids who did similar things. I don't just think they might have been there; they were there. I heard the stories from the people themselves, and I still remember them.
I can't forget the stories I heard as a child, such as the young siblings finding their father's burnt corpse in the ruins and cremating him. They didn't have enough firewood, and their father ended up half-burnt. They ran away after seeing the brain tissue oozing out, and that became their final farewell.
Even someone like me, who experienced such unimaginable trauma, has gone through pain that I can't even imagine being compared to being discarded, forgotten, and ignored. Compared to what those people experienced, my suffering means nothing.
I forgive you.