Hezaveh's blog

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

I am the most unlucky and loser and the only human being on earth. And ... I only hope to continue to have a positive contribution in the Codeforces on my birthday 12/31.

 
 
 
 
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2 months ago, # |
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at least your contest rating and contribution color match

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If you care so much about your contest rating, then it may be more plausible that you focus on improving your computer programming skills through practicing and participating in virtual contests for a few weeks before registering in another rated competitive programming contest.

Wishing you a Happy Birthday and Happy Coding.

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Thanks all.

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is it rated?

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You all love. I'm hoping now.

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contribution and rating are not the things you should care about, for you comments and posts, care about community, it means try to be helpful and polite.

but for your competitive programming skills; firstly, make sure you know the fundamental things you should know about your language and problem solving, and then, only focus on practice, pick a contest and solve A, B, in this stage time does not matter, always take a look at C and D and try to solve them, i recommend you to participate in every contest and don't care about your rating at all, just try your best and try to solve as many as you can, and as fast as possible, and remember, practice makes perfect.

good luck have fun