Congratulations to our Winners:
1. Anshuman Singh - IIIT Hyderabad
2. Ajay Somani - IIIT Hyderabad
3. Prateek Karandikar - Indian Statistical Institute
- March 13th 7:49pm - We have removed two test cases for problem AX where there was no need to place any mines. This condition was not clear in the given problem statement. A rejudge of all submissions is in progress.
- March 5th 3:57pm - The ouput for contest problem A4 has been modified to avoid floating point precision issues. All submissions have been rejudged.
- March 2nd 5:04pm - Contest problem A4 has been readded with modified tests. We have rejudged all the solutions and none of the existing ones have passed. Please continue to submit your solutions.
- March 1st 12:50pm - Contest problem A4 is being taken down for review. We will provide more information shortly.
- Contest problems will become visible on March 1st.
- The contest will consist of 6 problems of varying difficulty.
- You will receive one point for solving a problem (passing all test cases - no partial credit), regardless of the level of difficulty of that problem.
- You can submit solutions as many times as you'd like, there are no penalties for incorrect submissions.
- Each contest will have one min/max tie breaker problem (i.e. solve a Rubik's cube in the fewest number of moves), where the best solution will receive one point and all other solutions will receive a fraction based how close they come to the best solution.
- In the unlikely case of an overall tie (including the same score on the tie-breaker) a winner will be randomly chosen from the top scorers.
Please note: Prizes are awarded to users within India only.