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The numbers to the left of each row or above each column tell you how many consecutive blocks to shade.

If the numbers are separated by a comma or a bar, this means that there is at least one
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space between the strings of consecutively shaded blocks.

There may be empty blocks at the beginning or at the end of a row or column.
The consecutively shaded blocks will appear in the grid in the same order as the numbers.

HINT: placing x's in the spots that you know do not have shading helps to solve the puzzle.

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Look at this example to see how it all works together.

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