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By DailyFact2, history, 7 months ago, In English

In round #805 (Div 3) today, congratulations to beethoven97 for making a record breaking 327 NUMBER OF SUCCESSFUL HACKS!!!!!!! He is still going and is on his way to surpass >1000 hacks on problem. This is the most number of hacks done by a single person in a contest BY FAR!!!

UPDATE 1: 410 HACKS NOW

UPDATE 2: 607 HACKS NOW, FAKER WHAT WAS THAT!!!!!

 
 
 
 
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Holy moly is that why it's taking so long for my rating

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theres always this one guy scrolling for unordered maps lol

it isn't something new and apparently 400+ people still fell for it

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    Well, in python there are no "ordered maps" and so far no one bothered to hack hashtables in python /:

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Impressive numbers but hacking hash based solutions is kinda rude tbh.

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    It's just fair game. If you don't want to get hacked, come up with a better hash or write a non-hash based solution.

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There is always a person who will hack other people 's solutions .there is one guy who scrolls through unordered cards, lol this is not something new, and apparently more than 400 people still bought it.

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    There is always a person who can't comment anything original (this comment), so they copy off of others for upvotes.

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Sometimes the most important lessons are the ones we end up learning the hard way.

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bruh has more solved questions than tourist

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I think this blog is not necessary ,all of my hacks doesn't express any achievement and hacks for myself is fun and playing games ,not at most.

But due to this hacks I received about 30 messages about this hacks, there are three messages from them that contains accusation and offensive.

offensive message

Finally here are two messages corresponding to one person but it's funny for me .

accusation message

test case that he accused me

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    sorry for the offensive messages. I have been able to learn something I didn't know about unordered_map because you hacked me. Thank you for hacking me, lol

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    Although your intention may have been to have fun, I personally think all these hacks provide a beneficial impact on the community, as many people will learn from their mistakes, so they won't get hacked again.

    I appreciate the effort you put in to help the community such as helping <1400 rating coders when many others would just turn a blind eye, especially in python which isn't used as much in CP.

    I have as much respect for you as the python legends such as conqueror_of_tourist and pajenegod.

    beethoven97 orz

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    Your hacks helped my rank in this contest. I was ranked 19xx immediately after contest ended, and now I am ranked 16xx. Thanks!

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Like beethoven97 mentioned in the comment that he used this test to hack the solution, I cannot understand why this test case is causing solutions to fail in the case of unordered_map.