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**Background**

In mine-hunting games (e.g. Microsoft Minesweeper), the user is provided with a covered grid that, upon a left click, uncovers a hint as to the bombs around it or a bomb itself. The goal of this problem is to generate this grid based on the placement of a number of bombs and the puzzle size.

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**Description**

You are provided with the row and column of *K* mines on a grid, *I* and *J* respectively, as well as the number of rows and columns on the grid, *M* and *N* respectively. Using this information, generate an *M* x *N* grid where the values on the grid represent the number of mines adjacent to that square or, if there is a mine on that particular square, the value -1.

**Example**

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Aurelien Queffurust
on 12 Jul 2012

wow wonderful solution!

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