I would like to invite you to take part in HackerEarth's February Easy '23! It will be held on Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 9:30 AM IST.
The problems were written and tested by me (Nishchay nishuz Bhutoria), Pawan pawanrawat Rawat, Tausiful tausif95 Haque, Ishaan gobu07 Kaustav, Abhishek abhi-bnsl Bansal and Rohit rohit_768_ Pradhan.
Also, many thanks to Ujjwal ujjwald7 Dwivedi for coordinating the contest.
You will be given 6 algorithmic problems to solve in 3 hours. Partial scoring will be used (i.e. you get points for passing each test case).
Although the contest is targeted toward beginners, we hope that everyone finds the tasks interesting. The contest is rated for all and the prizes will be awarded to the top 3 beginners (i.e. participants with a rating less than 1600 before the challenge starts):
- First place: $75 Amazon gift card.
- Second place: $50 Amazon gift card.
- Third place: $25 Amazon gift card.
Good luck everyone, and feel free to discuss the problems here when the contest ends.
Bruh nishuz didn't you say you left CP. Fucking scammer hosting orz contests and all
How to join HackerEarth as a problem-setter, as a tester, or as an intern (to be precise)?
how to join HackerEarth's contest team?
One of the way
As a problem setter and tester, problems are really interesting. Hope you all will enjoy solving them!
The intended solution of "Alice in the Hills" seems wrong. Please check (and rejudge) it.
Was Incrementing Subarrays copied from somewhere? I had seen the same problem in a contest of Coding Ninjas.