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The code I wrote this time is here The result was AC from A to D and WA from E.
I will explain briefly below.
The problem of comparing the arguments N and M.
If they are the same, output
Yes, if they are different, output
The problem of outputting which of the character string in which a is repeated b times and the character string in which b is repeated a times is faster in ** dictionary order **. Since it is in dictionary order, the smaller of a and b comes first.
If you can output a character string that repeats the smaller a and b for the larger a and b, it is AC.
The explanation is a little difficult, but in the end it is OK if you answer how many times the minimum value was updated in the sequence. 4, 5, 2, 3, 1 In the above case, the number 3 in bold is the correct answer.
Among the numbers below N,
--First number of A = Last number of B --First number of B = Last number of A
It is a question to answer how many combinations of numbers satisfy both of. I thought it wouldn't be in time if I had a double loop in the number of N, so
--Loop first to create a map of the first and last numbers --In the second loop, get the numbers that match the conditions and add them together.
It was made. Personally, I was happy to realize that I had to change my policy because I couldn't make it in time for the calculation.
AiBi = AjBj holds for any i, j. In other words, the problem of finding the least common multiple and dividing by Ai to find Bi.
The answer is to add them together and output.
I understand the part that decides the policy, and if I use the inverse element that I studied recently, it will break with Ai! It was good up to that point, It doesn't work well for large numbers. I was able to identify the cause.
When calculating the least common multiple, it was a large number, and once divided by 1000000007, the least common multiple could not be calculated correctly. As a result of various thoughts, it could not be resolved. ..
I thought about holding the least common multiple in the explanation in the form of prime factorization, but I couldn't make it into a code due to lack of ability. (I haven't got an image of what to do yet, so I'll think about it again at the end of work on weekdays.)
I feel that problem E can be done soon, so I haven't touched it. ..
The rating is 897 → 956. The best update!
I was able to reach the D problem in 25 minutes, and I felt growth. I came up with the idea of using the inverse element of the E problem, but I'm very disappointed that I haven't taken a step further. ..
Next time I want to put learning into shape ...: sunny: