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By stefdasca, history, 6 weeks ago, In English

Even if it takes you 7 years to upsolve a problem, there is no point in not doing it eventually.

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W congrats man

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That's one of the secrets of growing

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    There is always something new to learn, even after many years, and in addition it serves me very well in the pledge to deliver the best experience to my students.

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totally agree

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I have something similar, it isn't 7 years it's 4 month, but it was worth it, 1879D - Sum of XOR Functions, is such a useful and teaching problem and solving it gave me the ability to solve a lot of more problems

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Haha, I also upsolved problems from a contest I participated 9 years ago

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have a look at my profile picture and then this :DeaD: Image

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I guess there's no saturation point..There's always some space left for growth ^-^

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Always a big W to crack down something that had haunted you since the far past. Keep it up man.