# How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube Using Python?

Solving a Rubik’s cube using Python involves using an algorithmic approach. There are several methods to solve a Rubik’s cube, and some of the popular methods include the beginner’s method, the Fridrich method, and the Roux method. Here, we’ll demonstrate how to use the beginner’s method in Python to solve a Rubik’s cube.

To solve a Rubik’s cube using Python, you can use the `rubik` library. This library provides functions to manipulate and solve Rubik’s cubes.

Here’s an example of how to solve a Rubik’s cube using Python and the `rubik` library:

``````import rubik

# Create a scrambled Rubik's cube
cube = rubik.I
moves = rubik.random_moves(20)
for move in moves:
cube = rubik.perm_apply(move, cube)

# Print the scrambled cube
print("Scrambled cube:")
print(rubik.render_ascii(cube))

# Solve the Rubik's cube using the beginner's method
solution = rubik.solve(cube)

# Print the solution
print("Solution:")
print(solution)``````

In this example, we first import the `rubik` library using `import rubik`.

We create a scrambled Rubik’s cube by starting with the solved state `rubik.I` and applying 20 random moves using `rubik.random_moves(20)`.

We print the scrambled cube using `rubik.render_ascii(cube)`.

We solve the Rubik’s cube using the beginner’s method using `rubik.solve(cube)`. This function takes in the scrambled cube and returns a list of moves to solve the cube.

Finally, we print the solution using `print(solution)`.

Note: Solving a Rubik’s cube requires knowledge of Rubik’s cube algorithms and solving techniques. This example only demonstrates how to use the `rubik` library in Python to solve a Rubik’s cube.