I would like to invite you to participate in an upcoming HackerEarth contest — HackerEarth March Circuits. It's a long contest that will start on March, 17 21:00 IST (check your timezone). Contest will run for 9 days.
The problemset consists of 7 traditional algorithmic tasks and 1 approximate problem. For traditional algorithmic tasks, you will receive points for every test case your solution passes — so you can get some points with partial solutions as well. For the approximation task, your score depends on the best solution in the contest so far. Please check contest page for more details about in-contest schedule and rules.
I'm a tester of a problemset you'll have to work on. Thanks to harshil for preparing classic part of the problemset, to pkacprzak for preparing approximate task and to r3gz3n for handling technical part of contest preparation.
Tasks should not be very hard for top-level contestants, and I expect them to get full score on classic part of a problemset. However, even if you solved everything — you'll still have to do your best on approximate problem :)
As usually, there will be some nice prizes for those who'll reach top spots, here are prizes for top5 (in case you haven't open contest page):
- $100 Amazon gift card + HE t-shirt.
- $75 Amazon gift card + HE t-shirt.
- $50 Amazon gift card + HE t-shirt.
- HE t-shirt.
- HE t-shirt.
Upd. Contest has ended, approximate problem has been judged on final test data, all editorials has been published, all codes are public now.
Congratulations to winners: