## antimagic squareAn n × n square arrangement of the numbers 1 to n^{2}
such that the totals of the n rows and n columns and two
long diagonals form a sequence of (2n + 2) consecutive integers.
There are no antimagic squares of size 2 × 2 and 3 × 3 but plenty
of them for larger sizes. Here is a 4 × 4 example:
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