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By ShafinKhadem, history, 14 months ago, In English

As I couldn't find any easy way to find problem difficulty rating without seeing tags, I have written a python3 script to do it:

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Usage: Run the script. Input the contestId (from URL, e.g. 1148) to view rating of all problems of that contests. Input contestId/problemIndex (e.g. 1108/E2) to view rating of only that problem.

If the problem has no rating yet, it will print None. Exception will be thrown if it fails to connect to codeforces server or invalid input is given.

 
 
 
 
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extension?

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    Maybe write a few lines of js yourself?

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      Maybe not every single human being in the world knows js?

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    Here you go. Paste it in tapermonkey, and enable tags in settings. It will hide all tags for problems except difficulty.