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TSQL Challenge 59 - Playing Chess in TSQL – Part 2

By Jacob Sebastian,

TSQL Challenge 59 - Playing Chess in TSQL - Part 2

This is a continuation of the previous challenge where we generated a TSQL representation of a chess board filled with pieces based on input strings in Forsyth-Edwards Notation. This challenge invites you to perform a bit more complicated operation.

Your job is to generate a string using Forsyth-Edwards Notation which represents the final position of pieces after performing a series of moves from the original position.

http://beyondrelational.com/puzzles/tsql/59/english/playing-chess-in-tsql-part-2.aspx

 

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