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Posted: Tue Feb 20, 2007 8:54 am
by helloneo
Try this input..

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My output

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Stan wins.
Ollie wins.
Ollie wins.
Stan wins.
Stan wins.
Stan wins.
Stan wins.
Stan wins.
Stan wins.
Stan wins.
By the way, you can also change the title to what sohel suggested .. :)

Posted: Thu Jul 19, 2007 8:38 pm
by Vexorian
Maarten wrote:
why 13123 makes Stan the winner?
My AC program makes Ollie the winner for 13123. In fact, I'd like to know very much your strategy to make Stan win. Wanna play a game of multiplication with n=13123? I will play Ollie, anyone volunteer to play Stan? :P
My AC program makes Stan the winner for 13123.

Perhaps judge's I/O is not strong?

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 4:43 am
by vinicius_jssouza
Please, anybody tell me what's wrong with my approach?

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#include<iostream>

#define stan  true
#define ollie false

using namespace std;

int main()
{
	long long n;
	while (!feof(stdin) && cin >> n)
	{
		bool jogada = stan;
		long long p = 1;

		if (n <= 9) 
		{
			cout << "Stan wins.\n";
			continue;
		}		
		for (; true; jogada = !jogada)
		{
			long long mult = 9;
			while (p * mult * 9 >= n && mult > 1)
				mult--;
			if (mult < 2) break;
			p *= mult;
		}
		if (jogada == stan)
			cout << "Ollie wins.\n";
 		else
			cout << "Stan wins.\n";
	}
	return 0;
}

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Tue Jul 14, 2009 9:37 pm
by pieguy
This problem definitely has weak judge input. I accidentally read "2 OR 9" instead of "2 TO 9" and still got AC. My program should give the wrong output in roughly 25% of cases! (For example, my program claims that Ollie wins from 37 to 72, and that Stan wins from 325 to 648, etc.)

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Thu Oct 29, 2009 12:20 am
by marco2509
Why I received runtime error.Remember to always terminate your code with the exit code 0.

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#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <iostream.h>

unsigned int n;

char w[33][23][15][13];

char getwin( int two,int three,int five,int seven ){
if ( w[two][three][five][seven] != -1 )
return w[two][three][five][seven];


long double x=1.0;

x*=pow( 2.0, two );
x*=pow( 3.0, three );
x*=pow( 5.0, five );
x*=pow( 7.0, seven );

if ( x+0.00000001 >= (long double)n ) return 0;


int k=0;
k+=!getwin(two+1,three,five,seven);
k+=!getwin(two,three+1,five,seven);
k+=!getwin(two+2,three,five,seven);
k+=!getwin(two,three,five+1,seven);
k+=!getwin(two+1,three+1,five,seven);
k+=!getwin(two,three,five,seven+1);
k+=!getwin(two+3,three,five,seven);
k+=!getwin(two,three+2,five,seven);

return w[two][three][five][seven]= k>0;
}

int main() {
FILE *in=fopen( "mult.txt", "r" );
int i,j,k;

while ( 1==fscanf( in, "%u", &n ) ){
memset( w, -1, sizeof(w) );
if ( getwin(0,0,0,0) )
printf( "Stan wins\n" );
else
printf( "Ollie wins\n" );
}
cin.get();
return 0;
}


Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Tue Nov 10, 2009 3:25 am
by ericfode
This is for problem 847
i am getting a incorrect answer from the judge
any ideas?
thanks in advance
-eric

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#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <iostream>
unsigned long long n;

using namespace std;
int main( void ){

while (cin>>n)
{
	cout <<endl;
	if (n>55009980288) cout << "Ollie Wins." <<endl; else
	if (n>612220032)cout<< "Stan Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>306110016)cout<< "Ollie Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>34012224)cout<< "Stan Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>17006112)cout<< "Ollie Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>1889568)cout<< "Stan Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>944784)cout<< "Ollie Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>104976)cout<< "Stan Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>52488)cout<< "Ollie Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>5832)cout<< "Stan Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>2916)cout<< "Ollie Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>324)cout<< "Stan Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>162)cout<< "Ollie Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>18)cout<< "Stan Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>9)cout<< "Ollie Wins."<<endl ;else
	if (n>=1)cout<< "Stan Wins."<<endl ;
	}
}

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Tue Jan 19, 2010 7:49 am
by seraph
@ eric :
i know where is your mistake.

1. you should delete this line :

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if (n>55009980288) cout << "Ollie Wins." <<endl; else
2. The word 'Wins' in 'Stan Wins' and 'Ollie Wins' its should change to 'Stan wins' and 'Ollie wins'..
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Fri Jul 27, 2012 7:56 am
by AhmadKhatar
Hi!
Could anybody tell me the reason why the following works:
If n <= 9, Stan wins
Else If n <= 9*2 Ollie wins
Else If n <= 9*2*9 Stan wins
Else If n <= 9*2*9*2, Ollie wins
...etc...
Thanks in advance! :D

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Fri Jul 12, 2013 11:57 pm
by hello
I really don't understand the problem. What is the real gameplan of stan to select the number at first.The statement says
assume that both of them play perfectly
I think this might be the key. But I also don't understand the meaning of it.

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Mon Jul 15, 2013 11:25 pm
by brianfry713
hello, there is a strategy for the winner to follow that no matter what numbers his opponent chooses he will always win.

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:53 pm
by hello
Then why Ollie always call 2 in the second ? @brianfry713

Re: 847 - A Multiplication Game

Posted: Thu Jul 18, 2013 11:30 pm
by brianfry713
Ollie doesn't always multiply by 2 in the second round. For example if n = 15 then no matter what number Stan multiplies by if Ollie multiplies by 8 he will win.