Today I got WA on F just because I forgot to use
long long instead of
int on 1 line of code..
Although I used a bunch of compile options from this blog post, it couldn't catch that bug. (I removed some of the options because it didn't work on my computer, maybe that could be the reason.)
Recently my rating has dropped a lot because I had silly mistakes for at least one problem, so I am finding a way how to avoid mistakes.
And I thought of my failed hack of this solution. I got -50 points just because I couldn't find the "
#define int long long" line and provided a huge input for the problem.
At first I was quite upset and thought they did such thing to deceive hackers, but nowadays I'm thinking that's quite a great way to avoid mistakes. So I decided to use
#define int long long for the next rated round. But maybe there are some defects on this trick I couldn't find, so I would like to know some disadvantages caused by
#define int long long. Could you please help me?
Thanks in advance. :D