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Generalize methods mazeTraversal and mazeGenerator of earlier exercises to process mazes of any width and height.

Solution

VerifiedIn the code given below, the classes `Maze`

and `MazeGenerator`

are made more robust and able to handle mazes of any user-defined size. In the `main`

method, a 5 x 10 maze is randomly generated and tested upon. *Note that the commented out code can be used for understanding the control flow during code execution and also for debugging.*

Note the use of `length`

attribute in the two-dimensional arrays. The first element of the 2D array `maze`

is an array. Hence, `maze[0]`

is the array representing the first row of the maze. Each element of this array is
a row array. Hence, `maze[0].length`

represents the width of the array and `maze.length`

represents the height of the array.

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