Not so far away, everybody believes that there are no pandiagonal magic squares of odd order, where the order is a multiple of 3 (9, 15, 21, ...). This "fact" was even proven by Tarry. But nowadays the situation has changed, because we know a lot of algorithms to produce such pandiagonal magic squares. Even the computer can do this.

Method | |
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Bouteloup | |

Candy (pandiagonal subsquares) | |

CandyCandy (Method 2) | |

CandyCandy (Method 3) | |

Hendricks | |

Margossian | |

Planck |