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By Sukarna_Paul, history, 5 months ago, In English,
 
 
 
 
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Thanks for sharing the link! As a UVA user, it would certainly be useful to me. However, I think that an even faster way to get the solution is just to google the UVA problem number. UVA has a lot of active users (especially the Chinese). Hence, it is not difficult to get solutions to many UVA problems online.

p.s. I recently moved to kattis because I feel that the interface is cleaner and I can see the problem source immediately from the problem page. Furthermore, Kattis actually shows how many test cases I pass so I can get quite a good idea of how "correct" my algo is.

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    hello, but the problem with these sites are they don't have editorials for the problems.

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      Erm. For many of the problems, they are from well-known contests. You can just google for the name of the contest to find the editorial.

      Also, nothing is stopping you from Googling for the solution of the problem. There may not be an official editorial. But a small write-up should be enough most of the time to give you the correct idea to a problem.

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        yes, i understood it. thanks.

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