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# yurenchu

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 on 5 Nov 2017 on 5 Nov 2017 on 5 Nov 2017 on 5 Nov 2017 on 5 Nov 2017 on 5 Nov 2017 yurenchu submitted a Comment to Solution 1328039 This solution probably doesn't work well for single character inputs though. (For example, when x = 'A'.) on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 yurenchu submitted a Comment to Solution 1328026 Why does this not work (while Solution 1328031 does work)? on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 yurenchu submitted a Comment to Solution 1327578 Flawed solution (same flaw as Solution 1327329). on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 yurenchu submitted a Comment to Solution 1327523 This is a flawed solution. For example, when the queen positions are {a2, b4, c2, c6, d8, e3, f1, g7, h5} (which is the same as the image in the description, but with a 9th queen added at c2), this code would return 'True' while the correct answer is obviously 'False'. on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 yurenchu submitted a Comment to Solution 1327354 This is an incorrect solution. For example, suppose dx = [0,1,0,-1], dy = [2,0,2,0], x = 1 and y = 5 (which is the same situation as test #1 but with a slightly different dy); then this code would return 'True' when in fact the correct answer would obviously be 'False'. on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 yurenchu submitted a Comment to Solution 1327329 [Based on solution 1227987] Although this solution passes the test suite, it (and several others like it) is an incorrect solution. For example, suppose dx = [-1,-1,-1,2,-1,6], dy = [-1,-2,-3,1,1,-1], x = 53 and y = -71 (which is the same situation as test #5 but with a slightly different dy); then this code would return 'True' when in fact the correct answer is 'False'. on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 4 Nov 2017 on 3 Nov 2017 on 3 Nov 2017 on 3 Nov 2017 on 2 Nov 2017 on 2 Nov 2017 on 30 Oct 2017 yurenchu submitted a Comment to Solution 1316777 Thanks for your reply, Peng Liu. I'll admit, I too was (and still am) confused by the "state 0: legal 1: this state" sentence in the problem description. Luckily I was already familiar with the Tic-Tac-Toe game. on 29 Oct 2017 Usually, if the dimensions of a rectangle are x and 2*x, then 2*x would be called its 'length', and x would be called its 'width'. on 27 Oct 2017 yurenchu submitted a Comment to Solution 1316777 It seems to me that this solution unintentionally messed up its last code line and got lucky with the test suite, because this solution would not correctly identify x = [1,0,0; 0,0,0; 0,0,0] or x = [-1,-1,-1; 1,1,0; 1,0,0] as valid Tic-Tac-Toe states. Unless your very purpose was to actually expose/exploit this "shortcoming" in the test suite, of course! :-) on 27 Oct 2017
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