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Picross Example, Part 3

Example, Part 2

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The 1,1 row is complete, so fill in the remaining black square. The 2,1 row is also complete, so X out the remaining white squares there. For the completed 3,1 row, X out the remaining white square. Finally, fill in the remaining black square for the 3 row.

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You're done! Congratulations!

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