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By n0oO0o0Ob, history, 6 weeks ago, In English

Which coder's code I should see in codeforces?I mean the code can be easily understood & I can lean new thing? - Personally I see Um_nik and neal's code....I can easyly understood their code especially Um_nik's code.

 
 
 
 
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You can for your reference follow Errichto . I find it quite organized and easy to understand.

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Just follow Tmwilliam and Ashishgup's code. The cleanest and simplest code without any additional use of template or fancy data structures

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    I'm pretty sure, you aren't following tmwilliam these days otherwise you wouldn't have mentioned his name before the second line

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      It's so sad, he was my favorite person to reference code before he started using template. :sob:

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I don't think you need to follow a specific person. If you get stuck on a specific problem, just go to standings and open up some random red guy's submission that's semi-readable. If the editorial has code, look at that as well.

EDIT: I say this because I think it's a good skill to be able to read different styles of code. Your favorite well-formatted submission from a given coder might not always be available for a given problem.

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I personally write very readable codes (that's what I think ) You can refer to my submissions

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    I wonder why I recieved so many downvotes :( :( Did I say something wrong?

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For CPP=[user:Ashishgup] For Python=[user:pajenegod]

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neal.

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tourist

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For a beginner, just follow Ashishgup. Its the cleanest code, with most precise implementation of algorithms and data structures.

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see mango_lassi. He's an artist.

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    wow....!...you are right ,....thanks for your comment!!!

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i think your own code! why you want to see someones code!? let me guess you read the editorial and then you go and see other persons code!? i dont think you can improve in this way!(it personal opinion)

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    I'd say I learnt the most from looking at other people's submissions (after getting AC myself, that is). There's always a better way to do whatever you did, because you're not the best (unless you're tourist or something). I learnt a lot of new things, both CP and C++ related, that I wouldn't have even known existed otherwise. There's a lot to learn from other people who are better than you, though this is also just my opinion, as is yours :)

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      yes i agree with you to see someones code like you(after getting AC) but there is lots of people who just dont do anything! i mean they go and see the editorial and then they just go and copy the code of the problem and they think that they actually solved the problem, and then they will come and post useless blogs that ive solved tons of problems and im still week. and for sure seeing peoples code is sometimes good to learn some implementations. but if you do it for every problem your implementation will be so BAD!

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This same kinda blog over and over, ugggh

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It also depends on you too (language u use,ur lvl, etc) ... like not just go for red coders ..pick anyone with ~700 solved problem count and of expert level.(some times they write comments in there native language) which is also useful.

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In the beginning i used to watch jiangly Code . jiangly writes easy to understand code . Other guys can be Farhod_Farmon , olphe , Geothermal sometimes and also mostly chinese guys codes i find great to read , i think they write with pure fundamentals like the one i have seen , my personal fav. jiangly.

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Ashishgup look at his code, he has even solved many problems so u might find his solutions for most of the good level problems u are trying to solve...

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anachor writes clear code!

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Refer mango_lassi's code. He neatly writes comments.