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ChrisIzquierdo
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Post by ChrisIzquierdo » Wed Jan 16, 2002 7:36 pm

I've been having difficulties with the online judge. It seems to return a Compile error even when there is none.

To make sure this was the case I resubmitted one of my previously accepted programs and I got a compile error back.

Can someone please tell whoever is in charge? or maybe tell me how can I voice my concern?

Or maybe something changed and I'm just not aware of it.

Thanks

sophisticate
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Post by sophisticate » Sun Jan 20, 2002 1:15 pm

I'm getting the same results. I've installed the gcj compiler on a P-III linux box, along with the same kernel that the online judge is running, and my code compiles and executes fine on it. However, upon submission, I'm receiving errors like "program jc1 got fatal signal 11". What's the deal?

Also, in the "About Java" section of the site, it's stated that the java.util package is authorized, yet I consistently get errors using the TreeSet class and Iterator interface:
"Type `TreeSet' not found in declaration of field `ts'."
"Type `Iterator' not found in the declaration of the local variable `it'." Will Valladolid ever post a list of valid classes?

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