In GCJ problems this year, the time limits are stated *20 seconds per test set*. I don't know how many calculations could GCJ do in 1 second?

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In GCJ problems this year, the time limits are stated *20 seconds per test set*. I don't know how many calculations could GCJ do in 1 second?

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I think, you can expect ~$$$10^8-10^9$$$ operations per second, depending of operations type.

I think it should be ~10^8 for each test case, otherwise I could do something like 20*10^8 -> 20*10^9 = 2*10^9 -> 2*10^10 per test case, which is a little bit too much.

It depends what language you are using. Assuming you use fastIO, the max bigO runtime per testcase you can have per language is approximately:

C++: 3*10^8, Java: 10^8, Python: 152

And idea about What will be the estimated operations if we're using costly operations like

`/`

and`%`

?I have no idea for the

`/`

, but it should be equal to`+`

,`-`

,`*`

.For the

`%`

, for example,`a % b`

, I think it is implemented like`a - (a / b * b)`

(assume that a and b are integer), so it might be 3 times slower, but I'm not sure about this neither.Is that a typo for Python? It doesn't seem right that it should be 5-6 orders of magnitude slower than Java.

Yeah, I thought Python was even slower than that

Should be closer to 15.2

I'm using C++ for all submissions with normal

`cin`

and`cout`

, so it should be a little bit less I think (maybe around 10^8/test case, I usually assume this number of operations)For a second I thought that we were making fun of the slow servers this year. (Looking at you, shameful KS round 1A)