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Rubik's Cube in Python

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The cube can be revealed as expanded view in the terminal, so it’s easy to visualise the cube, just inside the terminal.

>>> import pycuber as pc

>>> # Create a Cube object
>>> mycube = pc.Cube()

>>> # Do something at the cube.
>>> mycube("R U R' U'")

>>> print(mycube)
https://camo.githubusercontent.com/906f83f4933fe1d0741b7d3ff43bda66fb464cdd/68747470733a2f2f7261772e6769746875622e636f6d2f61647269616e6c6961772f507943756265722f76302e31622f7374617469632f696d672f7465726d696e616c2e706e67

We also provided some useful tools to deal with Rubik’s Cube algorithms.

>>> import pycuber as pc

>>> # Create an Algo object
>>> myalg = pc.Algo("R U R' U' R' F R2 U' R' U' R U R' F'")

>>> # Reversing an Algo
>>> myalg.reverse()
>>> print(myalg)

>>> # Mirroring an Algo object
>>> myalg.mirror("LR")
>>> print(myalg)


F R U' R' U R U R2 F' R U R U' R'
F' L' U L U' L' U' L2 F L' U' L' U L

I’ll add some documentations later.

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