BlueDiamond's blog

By BlueDiamond, history, 6 weeks ago, In English

I've solved this amazing task after 2 days and 300+ submissions :P

all submissions

Some times you solve 10 problems per day, other times you solve one problem in 10 days, either ways it's important to have fun

Do you also have similar epic stories?

Is there anyone that has submitted more submissions at the same problem?

 
 
 
 
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orz

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Did you finally solve it yourself or did you see the editorial? Also, did you check the testcases for finding out the error?

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Next time try submitting in C++17(64 bit). It makes your code run a lot faster 115187029. Submitting under the 32 bit version basically means you are handicapping yourself.

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Determination level Infinity!<3

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your are an inspiration

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Me trying to get div2 A...

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    ORZ imagine being able to become master :D

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"Is there anyone that has submitted more submissions at the same problem?"

is this a challenge?

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I am glad for you, I would have such success. Never give up )

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Phoenix and Diamonds and BlueDiamond
"Our battle will be legendary"

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What if codeforces had feature where you can download an entire test case. Then you remove 99% of submissions by testing locally

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I am pretty interested in the story of the period of that 300 tries. Like what went wrong in the submissions. How was the experience of submitting again and again and seeing a wa. Was it a stupid bug or you were way of the actual solution. What thing did you change on the course of that 300 tries in your code.... etc. etc. Lookng forward to an answer

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I have seen god today. orz!

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I've just recently trying to debug my solution for F2. Guess the K-th Zero (Hard version) from the recent DIV. 3, and spend $$$+10$$$ Submissions, and figured out that my mistake was that I was precomputing before making some input :/

Very weird, I wonder why this effects interactive problems...

My wrong submission: WA

My accepted submission: AC

You can see the difference is I only put my precomputation inside the for loop when I was inputting the variable k.

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Knowing that ksun48 got it on the first try... it fills you with determination.

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The most I've ever had was 124 submissions on a POJ suffix array problem... I can't really say I had fun debugging, but it did feel great when I finally got it accepted :)

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Lol

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Wow, 300 tries and 300 upvotes. great inspiration, man

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56 attempts on this problem, but that was because I didn't know at the time that Clang++17 Diagnostic was slow. But now I will NEVER forget to use the right language version :D.

I average 4.94 attempts per problem according to this website, which is actually a lot higher than I expected.

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orz