YCSVenom: anyone have any knowledge in android studio?
YCSVenom: i have a project where i have to save some files into xml but it keeps failing to save it in the java regular way
YCSVenom: some data into xml*
ASM_MOV_INT: try notepad?
ASM_MOV_INT: visual studio code is great too with all kinds of extensions
jacek: happy Caturday
A_J: Meow ?
Killuaa: hello world
YS_Yousef: hi everyone
Kururugi: imagine failing test case but 100% on validators
5DN1L: Add that as an achievement in the quest map :smirk:
YS_Yousef: i am new i joined yesterday :)
YS_Yousef: ok i started a clash bye
5DN1L: don't spam the chat please, YS_Yousef
5DN1L: peterdcarter If you click your profile to see the details, you will find that the number of puzzles you've solved is not related to your ranking
5DN1L: You get to top 10% by earning CP not XP
BlaiseEbuth: The rank is about the compete section, not the puzzles. And it's just a percentage... With about 450K users in leaderboard, the top 10% is for 45K users...
RORAK: hi guys
C_breeze: another clash where the given code does not have correct variable type to accommodate range of tests - hmm seems to be a theme on some of these clashes
C_breeze: at least 5 like this in last 24hrs
5DN1L: You may raise the issue to the puzzle creator if you're able to search it
C_breeze: I think it's partly due to how most ppl are now using Python and forgetting type limitations in other langs
5DN1L: oh. you've already finished more than 300 clashes
5DN1L: you actually have the right to edit clashes now
C_breeze: yeah, I do sometimes go and approve - hadnt realise I can edit now - might sort out soem of the C given codes if I get time
Nachosauce: Okay this time for real, today is the day. Going legend in coders strike back. Been saying that for days now but it's saturday so good luck day right??
5DN1L: Right :)
jacek: today's caturday
Nachosauce: I have 2 cats, so double luck
Jakaria: you all solve in codeforces?
5DN1L: I know some do. I don't.
jacek: did Automaton2000?
Automaton2000: i want my code to a local file
Mrs.GloriaZindlebocker: what an awful puzzle
BlaiseEbuth: Puzzle? Isn't there only clashs here? :o
BlaiseEbuth: Those new guys are cute. :blush:
__LoreOfKira__: salut Blaise
__LoreOfKira__: tu viens d'arriver sur cette plateform?
Schwase: is there any reason why my ide might not be doing autocomplete suggestions? i tried resetting editor configuration and it didnt fix anything
5DN1L: __LoreOfKira__ This is an English-only channel. Please note. Thanks.
__LoreOfKira__: okay sorry
5DN1L: For French, please switch to #fr
5DN1L: Schwase Tried refresh too? Sometimes refresh fixes everything
Schwase: no such luck
Schwase: might just need to close browser or something or log out and come back sometime
Schwase: not too worried
BlaiseEbuth: _LoreOfKira_ Yup just a few moments ago... :) Wait... It's been seven already years! :scream:
BlaiseEbuth: switch(already, years);
5DN1L: Slept for years
BlaiseEbuth: Schwase such problem can also be server side, sometimes language support crash.
BlaiseEbuth: Yeah 5DN1L, I need a proportional barrel of coffee...
5DN1L: nearly misread that as coffin
BlaiseEbuth: Yeah! CoffinGame
CoderCatHI: how are you
Ninilin: how is going
Ninilin: im pretty good
CoderCatHI: I am the top 6%
CoderCatHI: 24000 in the leader beord
5DN1L: Automaton2000, get to the top 6%!
Automaton2000: trying to get top 10
5DN1L: wow, even more ambitious
Smelty: Hello Automaton2000
Automaton2000: i don't know if i will assign 0, or 1, at some point
Smelty: Hello Automaton2000
Automaton2000: i just don't know how to code
5DN1L: try the easier puzzles first?
5DN1L: no worries
Rebollo: Guys, could you please help me with a issue..
Rebollo: I created a recursive function like this
Rebollo: It works fine when I am justi printing the result
Rebollo: and it is void
Rebollo: What if I want to return "lastNode" object instead of just printing it??
Rebollo: I tried everything =(
BadBurger: im contemplating on quitting on light bulbs... my code runs all the 4..N19 ones, cannot solve N22, and 25 solves but wrong loop counter.... idk that f up.
5DN1L: BadBurger Did you read the forum thread? You may find some hints there
5DN1L: But it's also ok to take a break and come back to it later
5DN1L: Maybe a refreshed mind will help you come up with new ideas
BadBurger: if check for lights, that is not correct position, are mutable, and was not touched previous round, i only get 2 available lights 1 time per run in the beginning, but starting from either one dont solve
BadBurger: and 25 is solved with less loops than required, so N19 should prove the rules are properly coded.. yeah checked forums.. but no help on that
BadBurger: yeha i need a break from this...
5DN1L: paste your code hre CleoattakYT
thurst = 0 else: thurst = 100
5DN1L: i mean the whole code
5DN1L: the variable names are wrong
5DN1L: look at the names used when reading the values
5DN1L: use the same names below
5DN1L: erm... what's that language?
Rebollo: Any help, please:
5DN1L: Rebollo Difficult for find someone here over weekend AND around Europe dinner time
Rebollo: I have a void function, recursive, works fine
Rebollo: I just want to return a objet
Rebollo: A node
e_fishel: is it c++?
Uljahn: void can return anything?
BlaiseEbuth: Change your function type so...
BadBurger: is c++ = d
e_fishel: what is that -> syntax
e_fishel: i didn't know about it
BlaiseEbuth: pointer access
BlaiseEbuth: like the a.b but for a pointer
BlaiseEbuth: if a is a pointer
Rebollo: this is the void function
Rebollo: I tried anything to return a object
BlaiseEbuth: a void function doesn't return anything by definition...
Rebollo: I see
Rebollo: but I tried
Rebollo: treeNode * findAndPrintFirstCompletedNodes(treeNode *lastNode)
Rebollo: the goal is to return a treeNode object
Rebollo: I tried like this:
Manchi_o6o7: If someone can explain me why this isn't compileable
inem: "int getPoints()const" see stange
Smelty: for the unary code golf solution for character % has an extra "0 0", or 1, compared to my code. my code right now only works for the first two tests and the alphabet, any explanation?
5DN1L: extra 0 0?
Smelty: the solution has an extra 0 0 and the beginning
Smelty: my output is: 0 0 00 00 0 0 00 0 0 0 answer is: 00 0 0 0 00 00 0 0 00 0 0 0
Smelty: edit: meant extra 00 0
5DN1L: that's a zero
Smelty: i looked at it wrong
5DN1L: because each character should be transformed into 7 bits
Smelty: ah. so should i add a 0 if it isnt enough to 7 bits at the beginning?
Smelty: k, thanks
Smelty: *contemplates life choices*
Smelty: pog it now works thanks
Smelty: just had to add a sneaky 07
5DN1L: what do you not understand?
5DN1L: i see
5DN1L: [:idx] means [0:idx]
5DN1L: you know ?
Quidome: the concept is slicing
Quidome: you take a substring
Quidome: of multiple chars
Quidome: I am running 2048 and having this weird problem. No error in the 'normal' test but three errors after submit
Quidome: Both test sets are the same if you look at the titles...
Quidome: O, i am lucky a normal one is failing now, good now I can look into it :)
Quidome: O now it works again, hm, timeout I suppose then?
Quidome: Ah, yes timeout with irregular behaviour...
jacek: optims have lower tolerance in timeout
jacek: i.e. 35ms margin may be not enough for 50ms
jacek: 2048 should always pass even you print invalid actions
Rebollo: Related to the recursive function that I wanted to return a node, here is the solution: http://chat.codingame.com/pastebin/8ff9fe48-e3a1-4fba-b063-9a5bbb537779
Wontonimo: AlkhilJohn. is having trouble understanding the a contribution needs to explain the problem and the concept of the solution. https://www.codingame.com/contribute/view/7809b1e438a51432009cfcf4210835cf1fe1
Quidome: OK, thnxs, i am stopping earlier and now it is running smooth
Wontonimo: with 3 days left, I'm looking for one more person to solve this hard puzzle I made https://www.codingame.com/contribute/view/75474b51e6b3186ea493a8467395fbbefad7 and i'd be happy to answer any questions if someone would be willing to dive into it
5DN1L: Idk.-_- I think the question is asking you to replace increasing number of the last characters with stars
Wontonimo: the [:ls-x] means
Wontonimo: all items up to the index (ls-x)
Quidome: got to position 131 on 2048 with simple DFS and really good eval. Limit reached on searching well I am happy for now :grinning:
Wontonimo: so if i = [1,2,3,4,5]
Wontonimo: and ls = 1 and x = 2, then
Wontonimo: is the same as saying
Wontonimo: which means [1,2,3]
Wontonimo: the first 3 items in the list
Motion_War64: oh hi guys
ASM_MOV_INT: hey all
FiveAm: Hi all :)
Wontonimo: you can write c using scratch.mit.edu?
Wontonimo: do you know any other programming languages Krotos ?
Wontonimo: Smelty, you've got lopsided eye holes. you should see a doctor about that
Wontonimo: maybe try using your fingers to make the other one larger.
Smelty: i've tried
Smelty: believe me
Wontonimo: send another picture of after trying
Wontonimo: oh, i hacked your webcam. I'll share your pic here
Smelty: im trying again
Smelty: now its 0.
**Smelty dies of eye pain
Chanoroobler: Dans le test "évasion" de la mission "Shadows of the knight" pourquoi la bombe change de place ?
Chanoroobler: Dans le test "évasion" de la mission "Shadows of the knight - Episode 1" pourquoi la bombe change de place ?
AntiSquid: alors on danse
zapakh: Now you must embark on a quest of revenge
RandomAustralian: CAN COC
RandomAustralian: GIVING ME
RandomAustralian: SHORTEST MODE
AlkhilJohn.: I'm here for just for a fun problem
AlkhilJohn.: And here they are throwing quadratics at me
Nachosauce: Shortest mode is my nightmare since I primarily code in C# :(
Nachosauce: Python, Ruby, and Bash seem to be amazing for it