jAckAL_1586's blog

By jAckAL_1586, history, 5 years ago, In English

We are pleased to announce you that we are going to host a long contest on Toph, a Bangladeshi contest platform. The contest will have 12 problems. It will start at 1200 UTC and will continue for 10 days. Scoring follows ACM-ICPC rules. Here's the registration link: register

The setters are: TarifEzaz, Labib666, flash_7, _kryptonyte_ and jAckAL_1586.

We would like to thank hjr265 and his team for this awesome platform.

We hope everyone will find the problems very interesting to solve. Good luck and have fun.

UPD: Winners and Editorial

 
 
 
 
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great (y)

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Cool! What does Toph mean, by the way?

Also, your problems are very high quality! Also, I don't think I'm at the level where I can compete there, yet... :) Keep it up!

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    As it's a long contest we had to make the problem set little bit harder :P But you have got 10 days. So of course you can solve many of them if you try harder :)

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Long contests like this are very helpful!

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What are the prizes?

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Most of the problems were fairly interesting. However, the problem statements contained several unclarities. I also noticed that "Game of Rocks" was very similar to this USACO problem.

Is there a way to solve "Primary Key" without segment tree or a variant?

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    Sorry for all the inconvenience. We are still inexperienced. We'll keep these mistakes in mind. I don't know much about "game of rocks", but I guess it's a coincidence. As for "primary key", so far we don't think it's possible without segment tree or any other variant.