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By wocagav, history, 8 months ago, In English

You can check many solutions have passed main test also which was only 67 and now it has 100 test cases , don't you think solutions should be rejudged.

 
 
 
 
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Some wrong solutions passed the weak tests. Surely they should be rejudged!

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    If my code fail on rejudge, what would happen to my rating..

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      8 months ago, # ^ |
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      Your ratings will have the same effect as if it has failed in system testing. (i guess)

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    Yeah. Looks like it. My code which passed D has the worst-case time complexity of O(n^2).

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      my code is o(n(log(n)^2)) so it may fail too =((

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        My submission also has TC of $$$O(n\log^2n)$$$, but it passed system tests (including hacks) when I resubmitted it today. Maybe, it can still be hacked, idk :)

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          We have the same idea but my code run in 1.3s =((

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amul_agrawal Is there gonna be a rejudgement? I'm aware that uphacking usually doesn't affect on rating changes, but isn't accepted O(2e5^2) solutions not so usual case?

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Plz rejudge the solutions.