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By DammitDwight, 5 months ago, In English

It's tragic that i no longer have access to my old account.

I want to try the unsolved problems from old account, and may be don't want to see again the solved ones.

Is there any way to find out the list of unsolved/unattempted problems (taking both codeforces_accounts into account).

I mean mark it solved, if it has been solved by atleast one account.

Thank you in advance.

 
 
 
 
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Create a list of all your accounts in the lists section of your profile and then select that list in the problemset. You'll get the details that you want.

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Hey

You can use https://gameofcodes.herokuapp.com/

This not only tells you your unsolved problem list but also your upsolved list. Also, you can see your weak and strong topics and practice them.

Also, as far as the second account thing goes, you can simply login with your inactive username on my site, and login with your active handle on codeforces. Do all the unsolved of your inactive account by your active account. This would cut out the intersections and you would be able to see if you have already done a question from your active account through codeforces

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  1. Create two accounts, which is not allowed by CF rules.
  2. Complain that you don't see which problems you solved.
  3. Profit?
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    Rating Loss Prevention.

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    1. It's tragic, but i no longer have access to my old account.

    2. (It's actually point 3, cf_editor renamed it 2nd) I want to try the unsolved problems from old account, and may be don't want to see again the solved ones.

    Also, it's out of context, but please update the link about your IDE setup at #who-are-you, looking for it lately.

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      That's actually a perfectly fine explanation. I didn't expect that, sorry about making fun of your situation.

      please update the link about your IDE setup at #who-are-you, looking for it lately.

      Done, thanks for pointing it out! (though ofc. it's generally better to send me such remarks via DM)

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

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I think Team Mode in CodeForces Upsolving Helper will be best for your problem. Detailed description is given in this Blog.