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By Saurabh303, history, 2 weeks ago, In English

Hello everyone!

I would like to invite all of you to participate in November Circuits '20. It's a coding marathon that will start on November 21, 09:00 PM IST, run for 7 days, and close on November 28, 09:00 PM IST. Please make sure to check your time zones.

The problems are prepared by nadeemshaikh, H_M_Vaghasiya, _BadLoser, Souradeep Paul, Semal10, Dishant_18 and me Saurabh303. Thanks to Arpa for testing the problems and coordination of the contest.

This coding marathon challenges you with 8 problems. You are expected to solve 7 algorithmic and 1 Approximate programming problems over a period of 7 days.

The timeline of the challenge is as follows:

  • Day 0: Problem 1, Problem 2, Problem 3

  • Day 1: Problem 4, Problem 5

  • Day 4: Problem 6, Problem 7

  • Day 6: Problem 8

  • Day 7: Challenge ends

Remember, this is a rated contest and there are amazing vouchers for the top three performers.

  • First place: $100 Amazon gift card.

  • Second place: $75 Amazon gift card.

  • Third place: $50 Amazon gift card.

For more information, visit the contest's official page.

 
 
 
 
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Auto comment: topic has been updated by Saurabh303 (previous revision, new revision, compare).

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Can you tell me what is the procedure you followed to become a problem setter??

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i think the answer of explanation in the 'input expectation' problem is wrong. the sample output is '4' while in the explanation, the answer is '3'. and why there are two 'i' variable at the same scope?