NQueens
Problem:
 Place N queens on said N×N chessboard so that no two queens threaten each other.
 The Queen can move in it’s line or row, or diagonally, any number of squares
Description
This is my solution for this problem/puzzle.
This algorithm shows only one solution by time runned.
 Made using Javascript.
Solution Explanation
For this solution we found very important the use of HashSet objets to reduce the complexity and simplify the validation of rows and diagonals.
This is posible due to the
HashSet.has()
method which it’s complexity is O(1).
Installation
To install this repository correctly follow the next steps.
 First of all, in the terminal put the next code to clone this repository:
git clone https://github.com/RafaelAnguiano/NQueens.git
cd NQueens/

The next step is to make sure you have a way to run this code, in this situation we will use Node.js, if you don’t have it installed, we recommend you to download it.

Once you have installed a runner, you are ready to start simulating and editing some code. To run this app use the next command in the terminal (Be sure you are in the correct directory).
node NQueens.js
Notes:
 There are many different ways to solve this puzzle with the same input.
 The algorithm have a random percentage, this means you could receive a different solution each time.
 The Queen can move in its line or row, or diagonally, any number of squares.
ScreenShots of the Results
Developed By:
Rafael de Jesús Anguiano Suárez del Real (April 2022)