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Games Magazine Battleships is a logic puzzle to find the Fleet given some map information and the number of Ship cells in every column and row. The fleet is made of a Battleship(4), two Cruisers(3), three Destroyers(2), and four Submarines(1). Thus the total filled cells is 20.

The Seaman Level is the simplest and can be solved by direct evolution of current condition.

Map information contains Water(0), Subs(1), Middle of a ship(6), Unknown(7), and the Aft(rear) of a ship. Ship going Up(2), Down(3), Left(4), and Right(5).

Ships have no diagonal or UDLR adjacency. The best way in Seaman to deal with Midship segments is to determine where it can not go to determine an orientation.

The map is ringed by zeros to make m a 12x12 array.

**Input:** m,r,c; m 12x12 of map values, r(12,1) of row sums, c(1,12) of col sums

**Output:** b; A binary 12x12 array

**Example:**

r=[0 2 0 2 2 2 3 2 3 0 4 0]'; c=[0 4 0 3 1 3 1 4 0 1 3 0];

m b 000000000000 000000000000 077757777770 000011000000 077777777770 000000000000 077777777770 000100010000 077777777770 000100010000 077777777770 010000010000 077777777770 010000010010 027777777760 010000000010 077777777770 000101000010 077777777770 000000000000 077777477770 010001100100 000000000000 000000000000

**Future:** The example is a Level-4 Captain board. The future holds less explicit boards that will require recursion methods.

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Last solution submitted on Nov 22, 2013