Eight II （HDU - 3567)
Eight-puzzle, which is also called “Nine grids”, comes from an old game.
In this game, you are given a 3 by 3 board and 8 tiles. The tiles are numbered from 1 to 8 and each covers a grid. As you see, there is a blank grid which can be represented as an ‘X’. Tiles in grids having a common edge with the blank grid can be moved into that blank grid. This operation leads to an exchange of ‘X’ with one tile.
We use the symbol ‘r’ to represent exchanging ‘X’ with the tile on its right side, and ‘l’ for the left side, ‘u’ for the one above it, ‘d’ for the one below it.
A state of the board can be represented by a string S using the rule showed below.
The problem is to operate an operation list of ‘r’, ‘u’, ‘l’, ‘d’ to turn the state of the board from state A to state B. You are required to find the result which meets the following constrains:
\1. It is of minimum length among all possible solutions.
\2. It is the lexicographically smallest one of all solutions of minimum length.
The first line is T (T <= 200), which means the number of test cases of this problem.
The input of each test case consists of two lines with state A occupying the first line and state B on the second line.
It is guaranteed that there is an available solution from state A to B.
For each test case two lines are expected.
The first line is in the format of “Case x: d”, in which x is the case number counted from one, d is the minimum length of operation list you need to turn A to B.
S is the operation list meeting the constraints and it should be showed on the second line.
Case 1: 2
大致思路就很明确了。继续思考字典序的问题，由于推导顺序和题目要求一致，则不需要和Eight(HDU - 1043)一般将方向颠倒，只用按字典序(dlru)排就行
using namespace std;