What are some good problems involving xor techniques and concepts, on codeforces or any other site. difficulty range <=2300.

Thanks.

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What are some good problems involving xor techniques and concepts, on codeforces or any other site. difficulty range <=2300.

Thanks.

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You can probably give these ones a try but just a little question. Was the difficulty range a typo? :p Cuz <=2300 is basically consisting of all xor problems anyways.

Thanks a lot. very good problem collection.

Actually some problems may be too hard so i put 2300 upper bound.

All contests by mohammedehab2002 have xor tasks so maybe check these.

Thanks.

Bitwise{1600...1900}

Thank you, where to get such list of question for various concepts?

Can you please tell how did you make this pdf??