Like petr mitrichev shared his experience of his first algorithm problem. I am curious to know your very first algorithm problem experience.

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Like petr mitrichev shared his experience of his first algorithm problem. I am curious to know your very first algorithm problem experience.

compute the sum of two integer values

```
int FirstNumber,SecondNumber,SumofTheNumbers;
cin>>FirstNumber>>SecondNumber;
SumofTheNumbers=FirstNumber+SecondNumber;
cout<<SumofTheNumbers;
```

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I don't remember but maybe maximum of two numbers. :)

I don't remember my very first algorithm experience, but my first "nontrivial" algorithm (written in JavaScript) calculated the number of partitions of an integer in $$$O(n^2)$$$. It's a bidimensional dp, but I didn't know neither "proper" dp nor bidimensional arrays! This was the result.

Mine was print "Hello World!" .