Hello!

Because of Covid-19(The coronavirus), I have had lot more time to work on repl.it so I decided to make this fun code!

Did you know that a 3 x 3 x 3 Rubik's cube has over 43 Quintillion or 43 Million Trillion different positions?

Calculate how many different combinations, visualize the Rubik's cube, and learn how many digits the number is with this simple program!

* Instructions *

- Enter a number 1 - 100 into the input( you can put higher numbers later)
- Press "Calculate" and wait.
- A simulated version of the top-view of the Rubik's cube will be displayed to the left, and to the right, the number of possible combinations for that Rubik's cube (the 3d version of course).
- If the number you chose was big enough, you will be able to scroll through the number to the bottom, otherwise, the whole number will be displayed in front of you.
- If you didn't listen to me and chose a number higher than 100, you may get a few "Page Unresponsive" popups but you can just close them out and ignore them

* Stats *

Here are some of the results that I got for varying cube sizes!

- 2 x 2 x 2 - 7 digits
- 3 x 3 x 3 - 20 digits
- 4 x 4 x 4 - 46 digits
- 5 x 5 x 5 - 59 digits
- 6 x 6 x 6 - 117 digits
- 7 x 7 x 7 - 130 digits
- 8 x 8 x 8 - 218 digits
- 9 x 9 x 9 - 231 digits
- 10 x 10 x 10 - 350 digits
- 33 x 33 x 33 (Largest Rubik's Cube) - 3,867 digits
- 100 x 100 x 100 - 38,416 digits (Takes a few seconds)
- 150 x 150 x 150 - 86,708 digits
- 200 x 200 x 200 - 154,390 digits
- 250 x 250 x 250 - 241,461 digits
- 300 x 300 x 300 - 347,922 digits
- 350 x 350 x 350 - 473,771 digits
- 400 x 400 x 400 - 619,010 digits (Took like half an hour)
- 500 x 500 x 500 - 967,656 digits (Took several hours)
- Feel free to share with me higher results i.e. 450 x 450 x 450 (You'll be mentioned here)!

Thanks!

oh god this isnt going to be good

999x999x999

edit:

theeee laaaag

alright ima go get a snack or something lol this is going to take a while @LiamDonohue

@LiamDonohue I don't think that's going to work - maybe try something more like 300

lol im going to still try (well if it doesn't blow up my Chromebook lol) @bgrubert

yeah nope it shut itself down @bgrubert

@LiamDonohue 400 is my record on my Chromebook(it took about half an hour)

Edit: my record is now 500

3 x 3 x 3 Rubik's cube has over 43 Quintillion or 43 Million Trillion different positions. Is that more then or less then 5 xD?

Awesome!

It is broken... It seems like you didn’t define the variable change.

If the numbers are big, you have to wait a *loooooooong* time. So be patient. @Thehappysquid

@CodeABC123 It gave me a syntax error

Oh... I see now... @Thehappysquid

@Thehappysquid Can you explain the bug more clearly?

@bgrubert when I run the program, it gives me a syntax error in the console, usually related to different things when I try to run it.

@Thehappysquid What were you inputting? The code works for me!

Haven't seen a cubing project before. Nicely done!

Next up: How to **solve** a rubik's cube lol

How is 1x1 not a valid input >:(

@Coder100 1x1 bugged out I'll add it in now

yay lol

`if(value == 1) return 1`

70x70: 18747 digits

Quick question: Can you solve a Rubik's cube? I'm guessing you can :P

@bgrubert

@Coder100 I used to be able to - I forgot the ending now

ending?

like pll?

;(~~100 x 100 x 100 : 38416 digits~~ @bgrubert

@Coder100 I used to know beginners method - not CFOP

0 is an invalid input ;(

and so is -1

;(

0 -> 0 permutations

-1 -> -1 permutations @bgrubert

@Coder100 Shouldn't 0 have 1 permutation - just nothingness

Edit: It works now

yay lol

then -1 should have 0

and -2 should have -1 @bgrubert

@Coder100 That doesn't make a lot of sense but it would make for a good easter egg

or

it could be random ascii

corrupted data! @bgrubert

@Coder100 I just used chance.js

~~What is that? ~~

EDIT: How dare you add flavor to the JavaScript without jquery @bgrubert

@Coder100 A js library

I tried running your code with a 500x500 cube, but it took too long lol

@DynamicSquid You can't really go over 200 - 500

@bgrubert In theory, is it possible to computer big numbers? Or does the code just take too long and the computer stops running it?

@DynamicSquid The output would be millions of digits long and my chromebook just can't handle that. My code should be able to handle it - I have no idea how large you can go with Javascript Bigint

@bgrubert I see... Still a cool code btw

@DynamicSquid There is another website that does this but it bugs out with higher than 30 cube size

Nah 500x500x500 is impossible.

It throws RangeError: BigInt is too large to allocate.

But it did give me the picture :)

And, as a bonus, it only took less than one minute.

@OliverChen1 I managed to calculate 500 x 500 x 500