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By haipeople, history, 5 years ago, In English

Hello, Are there any websites with any contest times more friendly to those who are living in the Los Angeles time zone?

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By haipeople, history, 5 years ago, In English

what do you guys think is the best way to practice? For me, I just spam div2 c problems and then look at the editorials. I tried learning algos but I think div2 doesn't really need it. Any suggestions for me?

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By haipeople, history, 5 years ago, In English

Hello all, I commonly do virtual contests because the codeforces round times are very inconvenient for me, making most contests impossible for me to join. However, I would also like the virtual contest to show my "expected rating change" and ranking as if I were doing a real contest.

Its just nice to know what level you are without having to wake up at 4am :). So, is there any functionality in codeforces for providing a "virtual rank" and "virtual rating change" in a virtual contest?

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