We invite you to participate in CodeChef’s August Lunchtime, this Saturday, 28th August.
Time: 7:30 PM — 10:30 PM IST.
The contest will be rated for all three Divisions. The August Lunchtime comes with our new prize structure for global & Indian participants. More details are given below.
Joining us on the problem setting panel are:
Statement Verifier: Jakub Xellos Safin
Editorialists: Mohan Mohan_abhyas Abhyas
Head Admin: Alex Um_nik Danilyuk
Video Editorialists: Chirayu Chirayu Jain, Prachi agarwal19 Agarwal, Darshan darshancool25 Lokhande, Yashodhan Molotov Agnihotri, Shivam Bohra, Aryan Agarwala, Meet mithh_gemphir Singh Gambhir, Rajarshi RestingRajarshi Basu, Adhish ak2006 Kancharla
Mandarin Translator: Huang Ying
Russian Translator: Fedor Fedosik Korobeinikov
Bengali Translator: Sakib SakibAbrar Abrar
Vietnamese Translator: Team VNOI
Global Rank List:
Top 10 global Division One users will get $100 each.
Non-Indians will receive the prize via money transfer to their account.
Indian users will receive Amazon vouchers for the amount converted in INR.
Indian Rank List:
Top ten Indian Division One coders to get Amazon Vouchers worth Rs. 3750 each.
The rest in the top 100 get Amazon Vouchers worth Rs. 1500 each.
First-time winners in Div 2 who make it to the top 200 for the first time get Amazon Vouchers worth Rs. 750 each.
First-time winners in Div 3 players who make it to the top 200 for the first time get Amazon Vouchers worth Rs. 750 each.
However, everything else about our previous Laddu system for Lunchtime will continue without any change. To call out specifically, the top 10 school students in Div 1 of Lunchtime will continue to get Laddus as well as the cash/Amazon vouchers as per the new system.
The video editorials of the problems will be available on our YouTube channel as soon as the contest ends. Subscribe to get notifications about our new editorials.
If you have some original and engaging problem ideas, and you’re interested in them being used in CodeChef's contests, you can share them here.
Hope to see you participating. Good Luck!
Note: Usually, there is no bound on the stack limit, and is equal to the total memory limit of 1.5 GB. But due to a system configuration issue, the stack limit for C++ is temporarily set to 8MB. So, if you believe that your code requires larger stack limit, please include this in your code — https://codeforces.com/blog/entry/15866