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Re: 2\n2\n not accepted but 3\n3\n is? Alex The alternate output file was mysteriously missing. I remade it, so Hanson's comment is now valid again and WA submissions have been rejudged. Note to Brian: Consider displaying an error when alterna... Aug 18, 2014 - 7:05:50 am UTC
Re: 2\n2\n not accepted but 3\n3\n is? sigkill Noticed the same effect - extremely weird, considering that my "right biased" code matches the data from perfectly. Aug 18, 2014 - 6:16:12 am UTC
Re: 2\n2\n not accepted but 3\n3\n is? xiaowuc1 It could be the case that the verifier isn't working, contrary to Hanson's post from 6 years ago, and your output ends up needing to match the judge output exactly. Jun 29, 2014 - 6:25:50 am UTC
2\n2\n not accepted but 3\n3\n is? SharkRetriever Hi, I have finally managed to get an OK, which involved changing all double-rights to double-lefts. i.e. 2 2 1 600 turns into 3 3 1 600 Is there any reason why the first version is not considered ju... Jun 28, 2014 - 10:40:56 pm UTC
Re: Some test cases ? jargon Yes; your program should optimise the number of actions, and turning left three times is less optimal than turning right once. Oct 02, 2011 - 4:52:06 pm UTC
Some test cases ? fail My program turns only left and does the right turn with equivalent number of left moves . Does it matter ? Oct 02, 2011 - 2:23:36 pm UTC
Re: What if hansonw1 The judge will accept any shortest route. Dec 05, 2008 - 1:51:04 am UTC
What if StealthAdept Suppose that after all moves in the input are done, the lander is at (0,0), and the rover is at (0,10), facing up (facing the opposite direction of the lander). Should the rover turn left twice then m... Dec 05, 2008 - 1:46:58 am UTC