java codes for cryptarithm

Posted on 2007-10-10
Last Modified: 2013-11-23
does anybody know where i can get java codes for a cryptarithm using a backtracking strategy? i need it urgently.
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    i'm sorry ..  i should have been more specific with my question. my java program has to take in input from the end user and then determines the solution for the input if there is one. the input is consisted of three strings.
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    It's applet at

    - download 2 classes to a folder
    - run it using

            ta2 t = new ta2();
            javax.swing.JFrame f=  new javax.swing.JFrame();
            metic1 m = new metic1();
            m.calc(t, "send","more","money");

    To see the code you need to download decompiler
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