10222 - Decode the Mad man

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3. Change

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case '`':
      return 'l';
for

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case '\'':
      return 'l';
I didn't noticed it at firs time ;]

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Post by idaydream »

I am not sure why you are getting PE but somethings are wrong in your code.

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kb['\\']='['; 

kb['\\']=';'; 
you defined same thing twice and you are missing the space ' ' char.
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Post by Antonio Ocampo »

Somethings are wrong in your code. For example, for the sample input the output must be "how are you" and your output is "how are Iou" without end of line :o

You are missing the uppercase letters and the end of line.

By the way, I don't know why your code got P.E. instead of WA

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Post by Antonio Ocampo »

Somethings are wrong in your code. For example, for the sample input the output must be "how are you" and your output is "how are Iou" without end of line :o

You are missing the uppercase letters and the end of line.

By the way, I don't know why your code got P.E. instead of WA

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Post by Ali Arman Tamal »

Hello everyone !! :)

I've seen a couple of posts about 10222 and some of them are pretty misguiding !! :roll:

I've got AC at a single submission :wink: , and allow me to remove all confusion:


1. There is no input like 'q' or 'z' for which you will have to rotate and take ']' or '/'.
There will be no merginal input. The leftmost possible input is 2, e , d , c and just replace them with `(tlide), q , a, z . You don't have to consider any other character from left.


2. Your output will not contain any UPPERCASE character.


See the judge input:

k[r dyt I[o


Output:

how are you


As you can see, the judge input contains a charcter 'I' which is replaced by 'y' NOT 'Y'.
So, all you have to do is - if you encounter any UPPERCASE character just consider them lowercase and replace them as usual.


3. There is no <SHIFT> operation. You don't have to replace * with ^ . I doubt there is any input like this, but just don't consider any <SHIFT> and you will get AC in no time.


Hope this helps you !! :D


THANK YOU VERY MUCH !!!

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Post by mohsincsedu »

May be it's a easy problem!!!
But i got WA :oops:
What's the problem :cry:

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#include<stdio.h>
#include<ctype.h>


int main()
{
	char kb[400];
	kb['e'] = 'q';kb['r'] = 'w';kb['t'] = 'e';kb['y'] = 'r';kb['u'] = 't';kb['i'] = 'y';kb['o'] = 'u';kb['p'] = 'i';kb['['] = 'o';kb[']'] = 'p';kb['\\'] = '[';
	kb['d'] = 'a';kb['f'] = 's';kb['g'] = 'd';kb['h'] = 'f';kb['j'] = 'g';kb['k'] = 'h';kb['l'] = 'j';kb[';'] = 'k';kb['\''] = 'l';kb['\n'] = ';';
	kb['c'] = 'z';kb['v'] = 'x';kb['b'] = 'c';kb['n'] = 'v';kb['m'] = 'b';kb[','] = 'n';kb['.'] = 'm';kb['/'] = ',';
	kb['2'] = '`';kb['3'] = '1';kb['4'] = '2';kb['5'] = '3';kb['6'] = '4';kb['7'] = '5';kb['8'] = '6';kb['9'] = '7';kb['0'] = '8';kb['-'] = '9';kb['='] = '0';kb['\\'] = '-';
	char input[3000];
	int i = 0;
	char ch;
	gets(input);
	while(input[i])
	{
		if(isalpha(input[i]))
		{
			ch = tolower(input[i]);
		}
		else
			ch = input[i];
		putchar(kb[ch]);
		i++;
	}
	printf("\n");

	return 0;
}



Plz help me!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by mohsincsedu »

I got Acc!!! :D
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Post by TripShock »

Can anyone find any error in this code? It compiles fine in gcc but the oj flags compile error: parse error b4 character 0222

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Post by Spykaj »

This code get accepted :P

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!!!

Post by TripShock »

strange! the first time i tried it gave compile error! thnx for your time nyways!

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Re: 10222 - Decode the Mad Man

Post by f.a.reza »

what's the wrong with my code?
constantly getting wa.....

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#include<stdio.h>
int main()
{
char n;
 while(scanf("%c",&n)==1)
 {
 if(n=='e'||n=='E')printf("q");
else if(n=='r'||n=='R')printf("w");
else if(n=='t'||n=='T')printf("e");
else if(n=='y'||n=='Y')printf("r");
else if(n=='u'||n=='U')printf("t");
else if(n=='i'||n=='I')printf("y");
else if(n=='o'||n=='O')printf("u");
else if(n=='p'||n=='P')printf("i");
else if(n=='['||n=='{')printf("o");
else if(n==']'||n=='}')printf("p");
else if(n=='d'||n=='D')printf("a");
else if(n=='f'||n=='F')printf("s");
else if(n=='g'||n=='G')printf("d");
else if(n=='h'||n=='H')printf("f");
else if(n=='j'||n=='J')printf("g");
else if(n=='k'||n=='K')printf("h");
else if(n=='l'||n=='L')printf("j");
else if(n==';')printf("k");
else if(n==39)printf("l");
else if(n=='c'||n=='C')printf("z");
else if(n=='v'||n=='V')printf("x");
else if(n=='b'||n=='B')printf("c");
else if(n=='n'||n=='N')printf("v");
else if(n=='m'||n=='M')printf("b");
else if(n==',')printf("n");
else if(n=='.')printf("m");
else if(n=='Z'||n=='z')printf("/");
else if(n=='x'||n=='X')printf(".");
else if(n=='a'||n=='A')printf(";");
else if(n=='S'||n=='s')printf("'");
else if(n=='q'||n=='Q')printf("(");
else if(n=='W'||n=='w')printf(")");


else if(n==' ')printf(" ");



 }

return 0;
}

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Re: 10222 - Decode the Mad Man

Post by vahid sanei »

you can use while(getline(cin,s)) , where "s" is a string .
inputs aren`t "q ,a, z, w, s ,x"
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Re: 10222 - Decode the Mad Man

Post by LucasSchm »

Can someone tell me why i get PE with this code:

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The last space... Now i got AC.
Thanks

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Re: 10222 - Decode the Mad Man

Post by nhrahi »

"2, e , d , c and just replace them with `(tlide), q , a, z . You don't have to consider any other character from left."

hey,everyone. This question seems to confuse everybody.So,thanx to Ali Arman bhai who has removed all the questions.I just want to make a small addition that we dont need to have any digits here.So,`1234567890-= all this will not be considered input.
Happy problem solving.
Thanx.

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Re: 10222 - Decode the Mad Man

Post by noor_aub »

If input in 1234567890-= then what will be output

Should I print a newline.

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