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NAME

       freecell-solver-range-parallel-solve - The Freecell Solver utility for
       solving a range of Microsoft Freecell/Freecell Pro Boards

SYNOPSIS

       freecell-solver-range-parallel-solve start end print_step
       [--binary-output-to filename] [--total-iterations-limit limit]
       [fc-solve Arguments...]

DESCRIPTION

       freecell-solver-range-parallel-solve is a command line application that
       solves a range of Freecell deals of Microsoft Freecell and Freecell
       Pro.

       start is the first board to solve; end is the last (inclusive) and
       print_step is the division of board numbers in which to print a status
       message.

       Following this three mandatory parameters are several flags specific to
       the range solve. (refer to the OPTIONS section for more information)

       Afterwards one can give it a fc-solve command line that it will use to
       solve each board. Refer to the fc-solve(6) man page for information
       about its options.

OPTIONS

       --total-iterations-limit sets the maximal number of iterations with
       which to try to solve each deal. After that, the program will give up
       and report that the board was intractable.

       --binary-output-to sets the filename into which to output the number of
       iterations it took to solve each board. This file can later be used
       with statistical preset optimizers such as those found in the Freecell
       Solver CVS repository.

SEE ALSO

       fc-solve(6)

AUTHOR

       Shlomi Fish, <http://www.shlomifish.org/> .