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The table numBinaryDigits is an auxiliary table that stores all possible values (1~9) and their corresponding binary values in this solution.
The UDF udfConvertBinaryToDecimalString converts a binary value to the comma delimited decimal list, just to help the output.
In the stored procedure uspSolveSudoku:
You might also want to play around with this solution by switching to table variable or physical table instead of using temporary table (#s). For using table variable, you have to make the table visible to the dynamic queries or change to using static queries. For using physical table, you can also try to use a persisted computed column instead of column "d". In this case, you need to create a function WITH SCHEMABINDING that gives the number of possible values for the v column value in the same row, the same result as "select count(*) from numBinaryDigits where (v & vBinary)>0". This could also increase the performance a bit, but not too much.
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