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By RNAB100, history, 7 weeks ago, In English

while solving problems , I discovered that sometimes I can't implement my idea in code and for this reason my rating is not improving also ....what should I do ?

 
 
 
 
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ur in the same case as me.to imrpove,heres what u need:

1.dont make a blog like this.

most likely the so called good programmers (like some gm i talk to) will downvote u.so u will be discouraged.

2.practice

practice eberyday.enjoy it.always remember ur goal.

3.be patient

nothing comes instantly.

4.be couraged to defeat top rated

u must have the feeling of being happy at beating someone.if u have done this,laugh at them.they dont help u so u can give them a taste of revenge.also,they can make sure they wont be cocky af in the future

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    practise improved my ideas surely i must say , still implementation hasn't improved.

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I was gonna say practice but you seem to do that , idk man but I feel you I have gotten helpless many times while implementing recursion , tell me if you find something to improve besides practice

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Read jiangly 's code. (I don't dare to tag him.)

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one suggestion is: when you find a problem that you try but can't implement, search other people code for the same problem and try to understand how they solved it, so when you find other problem like that you will at least have some idea to how implement it.

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When you are saying "my idea", what exactly do you mean? For example, if your idea was something very vague like "this appears to be a DP problem" and later you read in the editorial that it was indeed a DP problem, then you can't say that you had the right idea. Was your idea actually detailed enough to start implementing it or are you basically deceiving yourself?

Or do you have a correct idea (later confirmed by the editorial), attempt to implement it, get wrong answers and then fail to debug your code?

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    I assume you are talking about type guessing of the problem...I can do that ,but suppose I have thought a process to solve it then I often struggle to convert it into code using STL , prefix sums or other tricks .though I know the basics of stl .

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