The essence of our maze script lies in our ability to create a three-dimensional perspective from a two-dimensional map. But before we can make sense of how the perspective works, we must look at the map — or, as I’ll refer to it from now on, the floor plan.
The floor plan is a matrix that defines a grid with rows and columns. Each square in the floor plan contains a four-digit value that describes the space around that square — whether it has a wall or floor on each of its four sides. As we’ll see in a moment, we’ll use a 1 or a 0 for each of the four digits.
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