hg11110000's blog

By hg11110000, history, 4 weeks ago, In English

Why is Codeforces Community like this or idk some mass of people...whenever not only me but even if anyone asks doubts......gets filled with huge number of downvotes !

Please if u cant help dont downvote also...i have seen many people then being afraid to ask openly their doubts !!

Its a request please that let everyone grow...grow together !

 
 
 
 
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4 weeks ago, # |
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I agree bro... We have to work together to succeed!!!

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    see u only are given upvotes and i said about it...got flooded with downvotes (Haha..i will never understand this)

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Ignore the haters.

It seems even downvoted blogs asking a question have most comments from people just trying to help. I hope if you ask a question in a blog you are looking for an answer, not some internet points.

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The OP has multiple reasons to annoy people:

  1. The style of code is inconsistent. In competitive programming there are many strange coding styles, but I think nobody should use different styles in one source code file. It's just making the code hard to read. If you want others to read your code you should format it with something (clang-format, or some online tools). And, many people may hate #define int long long, int32_t main, or or instead of ||.
  2. Multiple large paragraphs of meaningless comments break the code apart. It makes difficulties to follow the logic of your code.
  3. Broken English. I'm not sure how do people type English in your country, but for me (not a native speaker) it's really annoying to read Am for "I'm" or dont for don't.
  4. You shouldn't ask others to debug your code before you've tried everything you can do by yourself, or you won't "grow". In (non-team) contests nobody can debug for you.