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By DmitriyH, 6 years ago, In English,

Codeforces Round #222 (Div. 1) and Codeforces Round #222 (Div. 2) statistics (added median problem score) :

First accepted

Div. 1

A (00:04) fetetriste tourist
B (00:17) bmerry
C (00:32) acherepanov
D (00:25) tourist
E (01:20) Petr

Div. 2

A (00:01) Mihai22e VladimirVladimirov anuar_721 desperado123 fleimgruber htfwzt sea5 shaunren slugo
B (00:09) Daria333
C (00:07) rais.fathin38
D (00:38) namonakiaccount
E (01:28) nishant4

Other info

Div. 1

Div. 2


Any comments or suggestions are welcome :)

 
 
 
 
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I hacked a div1 B solution but your stats say that no div1 B was hacked.

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    The verdict table tells the following:
    - how many participants stuck on pretests
    - how many participants stuck on hack
    - how many participants stuck on system test
    You've hacked DBradac, but after hack, the problem was resubmitted and failed on system tests. So, the hacked user stuck on system tests, not on hack.

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      6 years ago, # ^ |
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      Okay, that was not obvious. Here is a suggestion then: please display the total number of hacks and the number of successful hacks for each problem.

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        6 years ago, # ^ |
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        There is columns description in the earlier posts (for example).
        So, it makes sense to write a mini-faq and provide the link in each post.
        The total number of hacks would be a bit harder to acquire, but I'll investigate this.