After Wordle appeared, a number of variants came out. One of the least popular may be Zpordle, or ℤ_{p}ordle. I imagine it could be more popular, if people knew it did not require advanced mathematics. It still involves numbers, to which some people declare an allergy. Nonetheless, I think Zpordle can be explained in elementaryschool terms, and that is what I shall try to do here.


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