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By Tobby_And_Friends, history, 2 months ago, In English,

Does anyone maintain a list of problems he/she has solved so far which was interesting and a bit challenging? If so, please share.

 
 
 
 
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2 months ago, # |
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Good day to you,

Well I maintain such list (sadly not for all solved problems, just for those recent).

I'll post it down here — so hope it will help somehow. Usually it is "link [or identifier]" and then number which shall signify its complexity (but it is just my guess so it is usually of :D ). Then there is sometime sample outline solution... so I hope it will help somehow (and hope it doesn't contain much garbage {well sometime the outline is not in english — sorry for it})

NOTE: I've made (on request) the original post smaller (everything shall be inside the "spoler") so deleting the new posts ^_^

bfs
bfs-grid
big
bits
blossom
brute-force
combinatorics
constructive
dfs
digits
dijkstra
divide_conquer
dp
dsu
euler_function
euler_tour
events
factorization
fenwick
flow
floyd-warshall
game_theory
geometry
greedy
hull
chess
implementation
inclusion-exclusion
josephus
KMP
lca
lcs_subsequence
matrix
matrix_exponentiation
mcmf
meet_in_middle
MO
number_rectangle
number_theory
oeis
offline
palindromes
patter-matching
permutations
persistent_segment_tree
pollard-rho
power
preprocess
prime-testing
priority_queue
probability
recursion
segment_tree
sequences
sieve
sorting
spanning_tree
spfa
sqrt
stl
strings
suffix_array
sweep
ternary_search
TMP
tree
trie_string
TSP
100000

MINE problems [SPOJ] — I cn also mke some outline in case of interest:

ADARAIN ADACYCLE ADARAINB ADANUM ADAUNIQ ADASEED ADAGROW

ADAPLUS ADAFENCE ADAORANG ADACAROT ADAVISIT ADAPARTY ADABLOOM

ADAPLANT ADALIST ADASEA ADACABAA ADATOMAT ADAPARTI ADAPHOTO

ADATEAMS ADAPATH ADAHW ADASALES ADABERRY ADACON ADASUM

ADAINDEX ADACITY ADACOINS ADAPICK ADAROBOT ADATAXES ADABASH

ADAQUEUE ADAGAME2 ADADUNG ADAPEAR ADAZOO ADAGF ADAROADS

ADAGAME ADATRIP ADAMONEY ADAAPPLE ADAPOWER ADACHERY ADAKOHL

ADACLEAN ADAMATCH ADABEHIVE ADAAPHID ADAGIFT ADAPANEL ADACROP

ADAFIELD ADAHACK ADAGCD ADABASET ADACROW ADALICI

Sorry for the long post, here is a potato

Good luck,

Have nice day! ^_^

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Did anyone count how many problems -Morass- posted? :p btw thanks for this collection .

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    There are 94 topics and total of around 900 problems.

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      _/\ _ for your patience bro .

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        Nothing is difficult for a programer. Took me 5 minutes to write the program to count the number of lines in the text. Anyways, thank you.

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          One could use "wc -l" (at least as soon as you are using bash) => "cat filename| wc -l"

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          "Nothing is difficult for a programmer"
          Cyan coder

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            2 months ago, # ^ |
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            wow, nice attitude you got there!
            You know, being good at CF != being good at programming

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              Never stated the opposite. However, "Nothing is difficult for a programmer" implies being able to handle both easily.

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            I meant in the sense that a non-programmer would have counted the lines but for a programmer most of the computer jobs are an easy work sometimes due to his programming skills. Sorry if I offended high rated guys.

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              Yeah, I know you didn't mean it literally. My comment was meant to be a joke, not a form of offence.

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      Exemplary persistence! I am not sure if I even solved 900 problems, let alone "interesting ones" and "recently".

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this link may be helpfull