I have dedicated in **Programming in Scala** for about 4 months. My work is busy, but I canâ€™t give up reading more books.

Scala is a fabulous language, both object oriented and functional.

Eight qeens problem can be expressed in scala easily and concise.

## Eight Queens Problem

Given a standard chess-board, place eight queens such that no queen is in check from any other (a queen can check another piece if they are on the same column, row, or diagonal)

## Solutions

The problem in scala is recursively.

First each solution is a List[(Row, Column)]

`- Each element is a coordinated, the queen position in each row - The coordicate for row k comes first, followed by row `k-1`, `k-2`, ... 0`

Use a Set[List[Row, Column]], represent all solutions

To place next

`k+1`

qeen, we iterate all solutions, if match the condition, yield another list

## Lets run the code

1 | /** |

## Github Link

1 | git clone https://github.com/lgrcyanny/ScalaPractice.git |