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CarYon: An OI/ACM Contest Test Data Generator based on C++

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Have you ever encountered the following problems when holding a self-contained OI match:

  • Want to quickly produce a paragraph of text?
  • Want to quickly perform mathematical operations to generate data?
  • Want to generate test data one by one without using freopen?
  • Want to generate a set of random data or series?
  • Quickly generate data to match the two programs?

Then, you can use CarYon and C++ to quickly generate data. Previously supported features are:

  • Randomly generate a chapter, some words, some words
  • Get out of the limitation of RAND_MAX, freely draft random numbers
  • Mathematics library under development, supporting multiple features
  • Create some circles, regular polygons and fractions, and use it to perform calculations

Perform test.cpp in real 1 within minutes to have the intensity data

Hope you guys can help improve this project. Hope this item can help everyone save time!

Something wrong?

You are welcome to send an issue to the Github repository to ask questions, and you are also welcome to post in this chapter.

Instructions for use

How to install?

npm installation (stable version)

You can go to the GitHub repository to download the latest version, the link is in the next title, and it can also be used with node-js installed:

$ npm install datamaker-caryon --save

nstall the stable version of this data generator.

GitHub repository (latest version)

https://github.com/luosiwei-cmd/caryon

Everyone, remember to star~

exe installation (stable version)

Visit http://luosw.fun/caryon/caryon-setup.exe to download the installation package, run the installation package, in the installation directory (the default isC://Program Files(x86)/CarYon) can find the corresponding caryon.h file.

Data generation

You should know that nearly all functions are in the namespace ca.

The basic operations below are to include the header file caryon.h . Note that the header file must be included in the program’s directory folder after being compiled

Only the caryon.h.gch file produced later can the data generator be used.

makein(1,10){
    csh();
	xxxxx;
}

This operation is used to create files: 1. In-10.in , you can freely change the two parameters of makein for replacement. E.gmakein(3,5) is to produce 3.in-5.in .When we finish test.cpp , we will find that there is an extra folder in the root directory. There are files from 1.in to 10.in. This isIs the result of manufacturing

csh();The command must not be changed or replaced!

Here:

dataname="";

This is to fill in the prefix, such as the following program:

#include"caryon.h"
using namespace std;
using namespace ca;
int main(){
	dataname="chen_zhe-ak-ioi";
	makein(1,10){
		csh();
		xxx;
	}
}

It will be created in the folder data-chen_zhe-ak- ioi of the root directory into chen_zhe-ak-ioi1.in~chen_zhe-ak-ioi10.in .

Note that due to the new version, no spaces can appear in the dataname field! ! !

After all our things are done, remember to us

closefile();

Function to free up memory space. (The effect is similar to fclose, you don’t need to write it)

We have learned to createin files, how to create correspondingoutfiles? Let's enrich the previous examples:

#include"caryon.h"
using namespace std;
using namespace ca;
int main(){
	dataname="chen_zhe-ak-ioi";
	makein(1,10){
		csh();
		xxx;
	}
    makeout(1,10);
}

At this time, there must be a std.exe file in the directory where test.cpp is located , which is commonly known as a standard program. Note that it must be the standard.

After the program is compiled, the std.exe file can produce the corresponding out file.

Let's create a random number below:

cyrand(a,b);

Its function is to return a random number between a and b .

The MT19337 (or Mason rotation method) used by this random number breaks through the limitation of C++'s native RAND_MAX.

(If you want to generate a random number in the long long range, use cyrand_ll()).

Let's take a look at how to store integer variables in the input file:

inint(a);
instring(b);

Both of these functions are used to input things into the in file. If we want to input a random number, we write:

inint(cyrand());

That's it.

For Example:

#include"caryon.h"
using namespace std;
using namespace ca;
int main(){
    dataname="test";
    makein(1,10){
        csh();
        inint(cyrand(0,100));
    }
}

Of Contents will find in the data-test folder in the display will appear test1.in-test10.in files, Using Notepad to open these files,

You will find that every file has a random number.

If you don’t know how to use Notepad to open in files and out files, please right-click the file, click Open Mode, and find your note

this. Or you can use Dev-C++, open the software, and drag the in file into it.

For this program, if we write std.cpp like this :

#include<bits/stdc++.h>
using namespace std;
int main(){
    int a;
    cin>>a;
    cout<<a+10;
    return 0;
}

After compiling, change test.cpp to:

#include"caryon.h"
using namespace std;
using namespace ca;
int main(){
    dataname="test";
    makein(1,10){
        csh();
        inint(cyrand(0,100));
    }
    makeout(1,10);
}

Then use Notepad to open the in and out files separately , you can find that the number of each in file is added $$$10$$$ the result is out.

Due to the support of the new version's features and features, there will be a prompt when the file is created, so you don't have to worry about which frame is jumping and jumping!

This is the working principle of the entire data generator.

We can also generate many random things, such as:

cyrand_bool (); //Random Boolean type value
cyrand_engs (); //Random English lowercase letters
cyrand_engb (); //Random English uppercase letters
cyrand_formatc (); //random escape character
cyrand_word ( a ); //A random word of length a
cyrand_article ( a ); //A random paragraph with a vocabulary
cyrand_letter (); //random character

These things can be used to DIY and achieve the desired effect.

Graph and tree Graph and tree

CarYon supports the function of creating graphs.

Create a graph

You can create a graph with the following command:

template<typename T> //No need to write this line
graph<T> example;

This generates a graph with edge weight type T.

Join the edge

To add edges to the generated graph, you need:

example.addedge(/*start*/,/*end*/,cyrand(/*min*/,/*max*/))

Make a random graph

rand_graph(n,m,min,max,randfunc);

It can return a random graph with npointsm edges and side weights between min and max.

If you want to assign a value to the generated graph, directly:

example=rand_graph(n,m,min,max);

Graph class member functions

Here are some useful functions:

example.is_connect();

This function returns a Boolean value, which represents whether the graph is connected.

example.output();

Output this graph.

example=rand_dag(n,m,min,max,randfunc);

Returns a directed acyclic graph.

example=rand_tree(n,k,min,max,randfunc);

Return a k-ary tree with n points.

example=connect_graph(n,m,min,max,randfunc);

Make a random connected graph.

Tool function

For the needs of data generation, CarYon provides some simple tool functions.

  1. The choice function:

The parameter is an array, a starting index, and a ending index.

Eventually, a random value between the two subscripts of this array will be returned.

E.g:

choice(a,1,10);
  1. The doubleRandom function:

Returns a floating point number between 0 and 1.

E.g:

doubleRandom();

Commonly used constants

CarYon provides some commonly used constants.

PI

That is the value of pi. 3.1415926...

E

The value of the natural base. 2.7182818...

ALPHABET_SMALL

A string containing all lowercase letters. "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz".

ALPHABET_CAPITAL

A string containing all capital letters. "ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ".

ALPHABET

A string containing all letters. "abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ".

NUMBERS

A string containing all numbers. "0123456789".

There is also a math library.

Program match

In the course of the competition, in order to check whether the algorithm with low complexity is correct, it is usually used to compile a low-level algorithm to solve the same problem.

Then use a large sample at the same time to shoot the results of these two programs.

Now CarYon finally supports the camera-matching function! ! !

The matching of the program can be divided into the following steps:

  1. Write myprogram.cpp in the current directory and compile it into a myprogram.exe file;
  2. Write test.cppand std.cpp according to the data generation module ;
  3. Add a line aftertest.cpp
debug(/*start*/,/*end*/);

For example, if you are confidently submitting the high-precision a+b, you need to use low-precision values to match your program.

First, put the following high-precision version a+b into your myprogram.cpp and compile it into myprogram.exe :

#include<iostream>
#include<algorithm>
using namespace std;
int main()
{
	string a,b;
	int xa[500]={},xb[500]={},tot[500]={};
	cin>>a>>b;
	for(int i=0;i<a.length();i++)
		xa[i]=a[a.length()-i-1]-'0';
	for(int i=0;i<b.length();i++)
		xb[i]=b[b.length()-i-1]-'0';
	int len=max(a.length(),b.length());
	for(int i=0;i<len;i++)
		tot[i]=xa[i]+xb[i];
	for(int i=0;i<len;i++)
	{
		tot[i+1]+=tot[i]/10;
		tot[i]%=10;
	}
	if(tot[len]) cout<<tot[len];
	for(int i=len-1;i>=0;i--)
		cout<<tot[i];
	cout<<endl;
}

Then fill in the simplest a+b in std.cpp ;

And write test.cpp like this

#include"caryon.h"//Already include universal header files
using namespace std ;
using namespace ca ; //Namespace
int main (){
    dataname = "a+btest" ; //Write your own prefix here
    makein ( 1 , 10 ){
        csh ();/*Please look at the use document and two test examples by yourself here*/
    }
    makeout ( /*start*/ , /*number of times*/ );
    debug ( /*start*/ , /*number of times*/ );
    //program matching command, you don’t need to write
    //The value of makeout must be less than or equal to makein
    //Please compile std and put it in this folder, there must be an exe file
    //thank you for your support
    return 0 ;
}

Note that due to the new version, no spaces can appear in the dataname field! ! !

After the operation, you can find that not only the data-a+btest folder, but also a+btest1.in/out-a+btest10.in/out , but also A new folder debug-a+btest appears , the folder is a+btest1.ans- a+btest10.ansoutput by myprogram.exe , and then you can use cmd 's comp function to compare these two files!

Instructions for use oftest.cpp

The original information of test.cpp in the root directory is as follows:

#include"caryon.h"//Already include universal header files
using namespace std ;
using namespace ca ; //Namespace
int main (){
    dataname = "a+btest" ; //Write your own prefix here
    makein ( 1 , 10 ){
        csh ();/*Please look at the use document and two test examples by yourself here*/
    }
    makeout ( /*start*/ , /*number of times*/ );
    debug ( /*start*/ , /*number of times*/ );
    //program matching command, you don’t need to write
    //The value of makeout must be less than or equal to makein
    //Please compile std and put it in this folder, there must be an exe file
    //thank you for your support
    return 0 ;
}

Remember not to change the overall framework of the program, otherwise there will be problems with your execution results

  1. dataname is the prefix of the input and output files, if you leave it blank , there will be no prefix;

  2. The number of times in makein() is the number of in files generated;

  3. Csh in makein ; remember that it cannot be changed, there will be an unknown error when changing;

  4. The number of times in makeout must be smaller than that in makein , and the default is to form out files starting from the prefix 1.in , which can be continued

a + b problem data test.cpp preparing model

#include"caryon.h"
using namespace std;
using namespace ca;	


int main(){
	dataname="a+b test";	
	makein(1,10){
		csh();
		inint(cyrand(-1000,1000));
        instring(" ");
        inint(cyrand(-1000,1000));
	} 
	makeout(1,10);
	return 0;
}

Explanation: The data of a+b are two random numbers (with spaces in between), so you need to use the instring(" "); function to add spaces, if you need to change the line, you need to use instring("\n");, and then there is a problem of two random numbers.

For high-precision data, it can be generated in the following cycle:

inint(cyrand(1,9));
for(int i=0;i<LEN-1;i++){
    inint(cyrand(0,9));
}

The above program can only generate a high-precision data.

The above content is enough to generate the data selected by noip, so I won't talk about it later, and wait for the user to explore it myself. If you have any questions, please comments, thank you!

There is an important patch, plase re-download it if you like it.


Thank you!

 
 
 
 
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Great help. Thx for sharing such useful tool.

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Is there any relationship with CYaRon?

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    I think it's just like CYaRon, But it can help someone that not be able to use Python?QwQ

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      Yeah, and I just want to help someone who is not able to use Python.

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    Of course, I think. Because of this.

    And in Luogu, there is a similar project named CraYon.

    And the Project CraYon and the Project CarYon looks also similar.

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    It is an interesting thing, isn't it?

    How graceful English is!

    There is a Chinese saying: 好优美的中国话

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