## 12754 - Display Problem

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### 12754 - Display Problem

Input:

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``````1
..
..
..
*``````
AC output:

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``Case 1: 0``
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raj
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### Re: 12754 - Display Problem

Edited..
oops i,m sorry brain fry is right
There is also a tricky case if D<0 then it will be Bad
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### Re: 12754 - Display Problem

Input:

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``````1
.
*
``````
Output Bad
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dreamoon
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### Re: 12754 - Display Problem

brianfry713 wrote:Input:

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``````1
..
..
..
*``````
AC output:

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``Case 1: 0``
The statement says: "The degree of a display is a positive integer D".
Why the output is 0 for this test case?

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### Re: 12754 - Display Problem

That test case is in the judge's input, and to get AC you need to print 0.
Instead of positive integer it should read non-negative.
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### Re: 12754 - Display Problem

brianfry713 wrote:That test case is in the judge's input, and to get AC you need to print 0.
Instead of positive integer it should read non-negative.
So if according the statement of this problem correctly, I should print "Bad".
But I get WA just because the testdata of this problem in UVa is wrong.

Can I understand it as above?
I'm afraid that I get WA because I misunderstand the statement.

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### Re: 12754 - Display Problem

The problem statement is wrong, to get AC you should print 0.
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### Re: 12754 - Display Problem

brianfry713 wrote:The problem statement is wrong, to get AC you should print 0.
Dose it exist any way to repair the problem statements?

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### Re: 12754 - Display Problem

Check input and AC output for thousands of problems on uDebug!