180 - Eeny Meeny

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eg_frx
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Post by eg_frx »

Can anyone explain where my opinion is wrong? :P

zhenh
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Please correct PostScript version of Problem #180

Post by zhenh »

In the HTML version of problem #180, input size has been changed
from 500 to 1000000, which is a big change.
And the PostScript version still remain unchanged.
I download the PostScript version for printing out and work on it offline.
Fortunately, I found out that it has been changed....

Please make two versions of problem spec consistent!
Not only #180, but all...since they shall be...

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Re: Please correct PostScript version of Problem #180

Post by Martin Macko »

zhenh wrote:In the HTML version of problem #180, input size has been changed
from 500 to 1000000, which is a big change.
And the PostScript version still remain unchanged.
I download the PostScript version for printing out and work on it offline.
Fortunately, I found out that it has been changed....

Please make two versions of problem spec consistent!
Not only #180, but all...since they shall be...
There are a lot of PostScript problem descriptions inconsistent with their HTML versions. But, I don't think they will change it soon :cry:

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Post by Quantris »

It gets WA ;)

Actually I agree with you and junbin, so the problem statement needs to be changed to better reflect what they want.

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Post by yiuyuho »

eg_frx wrote:Can anyone explain where my opinion is wrong? :P
You are right. Althought, in my humble opinion the problem statement is proper and precisely expresses what it wants. The jude data, however, does not do what the problem statement wants, bad data....

Want me to fix it? If so that all the current AC code will all get WA...would be a hustle for a lot of people. Or we can just leave it as is and people can look up this thread to solve the issue.

If the problem setter or anyone who understand what's going on better see this, please lighten us up :)

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