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Conway's Game of Life program is represented on a two-dimensional
array of cells, each cell being alive or dead at any given time. The
program begins with an initial configuration for the cells, and
henceforth obeys the following set of rules: a living cell remains
alive if it has exactly two or three living neighbors, otherwise it
dies; a dead cell becomes alive if it has exactly three living
neighbors, otherwise it stays dead.