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My question is regarding two placeholders in this specific example. I know why K/J are a placeholder, but why is the second placeholder (I know why it's there) N/L instead of P/L. N and P are on the same side of the equation, why did you choose N? Is it because P is alone in the last rule?
It's the same case with the K/P placeholder... I know there's a placeholder there but couldn't it just as easy have been O/P?
Yes! This helps so much! Thanks for writing out the steps, I can apply these process to other games. I felt I was tracking with you in the video--but then when you mentioned an additional video, I was like did I miss something? lol. But this explanation cements the process further and is a great help. Thanks again for taking the time to write it out, I will def be returning to this game for review. :)