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By AbhishekAg, history, 9 days ago, In English,

Can't understand the diagnostics to this submission for the problem.

 
 
 
 
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This type of diagnostic error (the one in your submission) usually happens in my case whenever I try to access a non-allocated memory space (like trying to access an element not in an array), I can see a lower_bound in your code, have you checked for it's edge cases, like when it throws last?

PS — I am only a noob so take this with a grain of salt

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    Seems fine to me....have used the same thing many times.....but am not much of an expert myself.....

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You do binary search on a not sorted array.

Error: elements in iterator range [__first, __last) are not partitioned by 
the value __val.
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    Thanks......I just assumed that input was ordered.....

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Still getting WA for this, would really appreciate if someone could point out what is wrong?