Ah! You're right; it got accepted.brianfry713 wrote:You do not have to insert gaps, a mismatched char gives a score of 0.

The problem statement didn't mention anything about that, and the sample did not help either

Anyway, thanks!

- Wed Feb 25, 2015 5:08 pm
- Forum: Volume 11 (1100-1199)
- Topic: 1182 - Sequence Alignment
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Ah! You're right; it got accepted.brianfry713 wrote:You do not have to insert gaps, a mismatched char gives a score of 0.

The problem statement didn't mention anything about that, and the sample did not help either

Anyway, thanks!

- Sat Feb 21, 2015 9:17 pm
- Forum: Volume 11 (1100-1199)
- Topic: 1182 - Sequence Alignment
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What is the correct output for the following input: 3 SA SB AS BS AB CD My code gives: 0 1 -1 My best right alignment for those cases are: SA- S-B A-S BS AB-- CD and the score are 2-1-1 = 0, 2-1 = 1, and -1 respectively. But uDebug gives: 2 2 0 Did I misunderstand the problem? What does it mean by "...

- Fri Jun 04, 2010 3:37 pm
- Forum: Volume 117 (11700-11799)
- Topic: 11721 - Instant View of Big Bang
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Have the test data been fixed? My algorithm for this problem is: 1. Detect all negative cycles using Bellman-Ford algorithm. I use dist[] = {0} as the initial distance for all nodes. 2. For any node that lies in negative cycle, I push it into a queue. Node b lies in negative cycle if edge a-b can up...

- Tue May 27, 2008 7:23 pm
- Forum: C++
- Topic: What -O and -O2 optimization do?
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I wonder what kind of optimization does GNU C/C++ do with -O1 and -O2. I do some googling but still can't get the clear idea about the optimization detail. int p = 0; for ( int i = 0; i < 1000000000; i++ ) for ( int j = 0; j < 1000000000; j++ ) for ( int k = 0; k < 1000000000; k++ ) p += i * 5; If y...

- Tue Jan 08, 2008 8:08 am
- Forum: Volume 113 (11300-11399)
- Topic: 11379 - Chichi's Home Work
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- Fri Sep 14, 2007 1:25 pm
- Forum: Volume 112 (11200-11299)
- Topic: 11260 - Odd Root Sum
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I didn't understand quite well what you mean here: If there is subtraction in your code, try to make this in terms of addition something. (I don't know what you do). Here is an example: Supposed that we want to calculate (a-b)%m where a = 10, b = 5, and m = 3. This is what we expect from the equati...

- Tue Sep 11, 2007 8:20 pm
- Forum: Volume 112 (11200-11299)
- Topic: 11260 - Odd Root Sum
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My AC code returns 82064896 for Piklu_sust's last input.

INPUT:
CORRECT OUTPUT:

INPUT:

Code: Select all

```
4611686018427387903
0
```

Code: Select all

```
82064896
```

- Fri May 25, 2007 8:17 pm
- Forum: Volume 112 (11200-11299)
- Topic: 11201 - The problem of the crazy linguist
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- Mon Mar 05, 2007 5:33 am
- Forum: Volume 111 (11100-11199)
- Topic: 11191 - Square
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hi,can anybody help me..i use O(n^3) algo. sclo already give you the answer. Figure out what made a number perfect square. There should be only 2^10 different values (excluding -/+). And be careful with zero :D what type of variable that i have to used ?coz the value < 10^18.. C/C++: long long (%lld)

- Thu Mar 01, 2007 6:16 am
- Forum: Volume 111 (11100-11199)
- Topic: 11182 - Zeroes III
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At last, I got accepted using O(log n . log b). Thank you for your hint :) input: 8191 8192 1000000 2 1000000 2310 1000000 6720 1 2 2 864 5 10 10 10000 48 219 100 5 2133 504 2610 30 3248 219 4511 888 8950 66 42610 3000 84511 7323 63702 864 63702 1431 244080 67 955467 6 958356 496 958356 3502 984673 ...

- Tue Feb 27, 2007 6:06 am
- Forum: Volume 111 (11100-11199)
- Topic: 11182 - Zeroes III
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Is there any 'advance' number theory involved in this problem? O(n) is not fast enough. I've tested the judge with O(n) dummy code (input and loop), and it run for 5s :o . My best algorithm was O(nlog b) using prime factorization, which is obviously give me TLE. I use this formula: F2(n) = 1^S(n) . ...

- Sun Apr 02, 2006 7:14 am
- Forum: Volume 1 (100-199)
- Topic: 107 - The Cat in the Hat
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- Sun Apr 02, 2006 7:05 am
- Forum: Volume 110 (11000-11099)
- Topic: 11026 - A Grouping Problem
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ups.. too late. someone has replied my question. yeah. it's a very stupid mistake :oops: I've just figured this out. How can ( 4! / 3! ) be 3... :lol: shouldn't fall into this again.. btw, my friend also participate in this contest and i asked the same question to him. but he also forgot 1.3.4 :) ho...

- Sun Apr 02, 2006 6:09 am
- Forum: Volume 110 (11000-11099)
- Topic: 11026 - A Grouping Problem
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I don't understand this problem at all.. I think this problem wants us to compute max-fitness from all K-combination out of N elements ( 1 <= K <= N ), but I don't see any relation between this idea and the problem's Sample I/O. eg. on 2nd sample i/o : 4 100 1 2 3 4 if K = 0 --> 0... if K = 1 --> 1 ...