Suggestion: Make a sticky post about problem 100

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Suggestion: Make a sticky post about problem 100

Post by .. »

I think most of the beginners have these properties:

1. choose problem 100 as their first problem to solve
2. Making the mistake of assuming i < j
3. Lazy to read other's post before asking whe he gets WA.

The Voulme 1 forum is full of such "lazy post" now.
I suggest to make a sticky post about problem 100 with topic "If you get WA in problem 100, read me before post!" and stating the hint about i >= j.
My signature:
  • Please make discussion about the algorithm BRFORE posting source code.
    We can learn much more in discussion than reading source code.
  • I HATE testing account.
  • Don't send me source code for debug.

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Post by Moni »

Yes!

Anyone can also make codes of that particular problem in different languages. And the algorithm to follow with special cases. Like: It can be in reverse order... or when you change the order remember to make it as the input..... etc.
ImageWe are all in a circular way, no advances, only moving and moving!

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Post by fpnc »

Best regards,

Fernando N

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Post by .. »

Thanks! :D
My signature:
  • Please make discussion about the algorithm BRFORE posting source code.
    We can learn much more in discussion than reading source code.
  • I HATE testing account.
  • Don't send me source code for debug.

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