markyy: why do you want to disable the intellisense
Gorbit99: it's not just me, basically most people want to in certain cases
Gorbit99: especially coc players
Gorbit99: it blocks your keypresses and sometimes makes you insert random stuff you didn't want
WINWINWIN: Like when you use python, name a variable p
WINWINWIN: then when you press enter to go for next line, suddenly its print
Gorbit99: Seems like cg is randomly generating names if you didn't set one up yet
Gorbit99: WINWINWIN exactly, I believe in ruby it's something like q or s or whatever creating a 20 character long thingy
Gorbit99: no, you're NoiseLessDictator e4c4
Gorbit99: sure, but I didn't want to highlight the message for you
tutubalin: when I worked on CGFunge problem, editor always wanted to add <?php
tutubalin: Gorbit99 how did you manage to disable autocomplete?
tutubalin: also, is it still available with Ctrl+Space?
Gorbit99: I made a forum post about it, but in short, I called a function incorrectly, setting the autocomplete provider for null (gotta love js) and making each call relying on it afterwards invalid
Gorbit99: I believe it isn't
Gorbit99: I also made a tampermonkey script btw, you can install it if you go to the forum post
Gorbit99: depends, for what purpose?
Gorbit99: I don't code websites
Gorbit99: actual programs and challenges here
Gorbit99: my actual main lang is C++, but I code in ruby on here
Gorbit99: tutubalin to answer your question, you can p
Gorbit99: tutubalin to answer your question, you can bring up the popup, but it will be completely empty
Gorbit99: yeah, and I meant it sarcastically
Gorbit99: I called a function with no arguments, that usually takes 2
Gorbit99: that's a lot to learn all at once
Gorbit99: ahhh, I'll be learning java next semester
Gorbit99: I'll be teaching java to my classmates after the class completely fails them
Gorbit99: only thing I ever used it for is minecraft spigot plugins :)
Gorbit99: but if you want to write games for codingame, you have to use it
jrke: i am trying bender 2 i have doubt in starting the bender is in room 0 right
jrke: or in room
jrke: yeah certificates :) :)
AntiSquid: certs don't value much though in my experience
AntiSquid: either degree for entry level or have projects / on the job experience matters a lot
jrke: are they useful for me cause im in 9th standard so maybe it will be helpful for me
AntiSquid: i guess? it shows you have interest ... guess it's good if you look for work experience / internship ?
tobk: Those certificates feel kind of out-of-place, IMHO (not only visually as they only fill the left side of the home page)
CyberLemonade: what is the deal with the certifications?
WINWINWIN: Show that we like computers?
AntiSquid: you can skip school now CyberLemonade, congratulations on your achievements
WINWINWIN: CBSE CyberLemonade?
wlesavo: is it a general discussion or CG come up with certifiates?
CyberLemonade: they did
CyberLemonade: in the home screen
AntiSquid: int(len(2)/2) ? AggYzz
c0nc4c: anyone have experience on this? https://www.codingame.com/ide/puzzle/dungeons-and-maps
AntiSquid: lent(list) *
wlesavo: cant find on site, hm
AntiSquid: geez can't type
CyberLemonade: wlesavo home page
CyberLemonade: AggYzz odd lists have a centre
CyberLemonade: evens don't
CyberLemonade: then what do you want? average of both or any one?
wlesavo: oh, ok, ctrl+f5 solves the problem, had an old version of home page
AntiSquid: +1 / -1 AggYzz adjust according to prefefences
CyberLemonade: lemme quickly apply to MIT using these certificates
WINWINWIN: :D IIT is the main issue now, I thought that you were one of the poor guys stuck
CyberLemonade: well I'm not giving IIT
CyberLemonade: got KVPY
jrke: wow kvpy nice....
WINWINWIN: which science?
CyberLemonade: maths or comp
WINWINWIN: Maths then no ISI?
CyberLemonade: yeah I'm giving ISI and CMI
WINWINWIN: Good luck
AntiSquid: did you read the certificate descriptions?
CyberLemonade: yeah, why?
AntiSquid: algorithms one implies you did image manipulation on CG :/
CyberLemonade: music scores :joy:
tobk: All the mouseover-texts on the certificates are a bit odd, e.g. the "coding speed" one is about "complex problems", yet you get if for solving a few CoCs...
AntiSquid: try your solution on actual image files, see how far it gets you
CyberLemonade: let's not talk about that
CyberLemonade: besides like tobk said, CoC certifies almost nothing
AntiSquid: why not?
CyberLemonade: it won't do shit
CyberLemonade: that's why
AntiSquid: blender, photoshop, using game engines ...
AntiSquid: some ML for style transfer
CyberLemonade: I still don't think I'll get anywhere, I pretty much depended on the sharp edges and all
jrke: oh there are fun commands also
jrke: lemme try
**jrke slaps cegprakash around a bit with a large fishbot
CyberLemonade: how dare you
jrke: (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻
**jrke i like Csb
Gorbit99: does somone use firefox here?
Gorbit99: with greasemonkey preferably, but not necessarily
Tiramon: i use chrome with tampermonkey which uses the same scripts as greasemonkey ... so no to your questions, maybe i can help anyway
Gorbit99: well, I would appreciate some testers for my no-autocomplete script
Tiramon: not sure what that script would do ... but ok ...
Gorbit99: but I got a notice already that it doesn't work on firefox
Gorbit99: well, it disables the autocomplete popup in the ide here
Tiramon: why don't you just right click in the editor -> Language configuration -> Enable/disable code completion support
Gorbit99: where would this be?
Tiramon: oh it's not there for all languages ...
Tiramon: java has it js doesnÄt
Gorbit99: where is this?
Tiramon: Right click in the editor .. and sometimes there is an element below 'Command Palette'
Gorbit99: ah, nice
Gorbit99: anyways, this does that for all languaes
Gorbit99: good job
Tiramon: hm interesting ... seems to be only available in java ...
Gorbit99: try my thing, if it works, it would be grrat
Tiramon: if i do ctrl + space it now returns no suggestions instead of usefull suggestions ... still no idea why i would want to disable it
Gorbit99: it's quite a requested thing
Tiramon: never hat that problem ...
Gorbit99: next thing I'll try to disable will be autopairs
Gorbit99: Tiramon I assume not a big coc player :P
Tiramon: not much coc and if i do it i still had no problem with completion
Gorbit99: my solution works for all languages btw
CyberLemonade: am I overthinking or is detective pikaptcha E2 pretty complex?
Tiramon: guess overthinking... later episodes are worse
Tiramon: EP3 i a bit complicated because of the mobius part
CyberLemonade: I still can't deal with wall follow :(
Tiramon: what is your problem CyberLemonade?
CyberLemonade: I don't know, how do I follow a wall?
Uljahn: click follow ezpz
Tiramon: it simply you have to choose what direction to walk next depending on your current facing
Tiramon: so if you follow the left wall you will try the directions in the following order when facing up LEFT, UP, RIGHT, DOWN
Tiramon: and take the first route that is not blocked by a wall
Marchete: "Coding speed" Bronze level
Marchete: nailed it :D
Tiramon: and if you create such priority lists for all your facing directions the problem should almost be solved ;)
Illedan: :D Marchete
CyberLemonade: thanks Tiramon, silly me
Tiramon: as i said probably overthinking ;)
PatrickMcGinnisII: someone named Anonymous is screwing up the Best solutions < > clicker
PatrickMcGinnisII: Anonymous retains the name of the previous coder
PatrickMcGinnisII: Is there some anonymity setting?
PatrickMcGinnisII: I actually tried 50! combinations on Target Firing, finally figured out what a dummy i was being
PatrickMcGinnisII: 8:28am, I'm out, glhf
CyberLemonade: PatrickMcGinnisII wow
eulerscheZahl: well done, lightning slow Marchete :D
jrke: does anyone having all 5 certificates of legend
Prince349k: anyone plays valorant?
Prince349k: idk why i asked
AntiSquid: darpa dogfight final event LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzdhIA2S35w&feature=youtu.be
Marchete: top players from CG constests can beat them with a crappy laptop and some cheetos
MSmits: not a fan of cheetos ;/
dbdr: Marchete: sure we can
dbdr: now how do we get the funding?
BenjaminUrquhart: theft, clearly
eulerscheZahl: online scam
eulerscheZahl: i'm a Nigerian prince btw
eulerscheZahl: a Nigerian toad I mean. you have to kiss me first
dbdr: I rather meant the prizes
dbdr: with our cheap laptops we don't need funding
dbdr: eulerscheZahl, you already prepared the way for 3d viewer for such dogfiht multi on CG
eulerscheZahl: so the rest will be a breeze. step in and do it :)
dbdr: could be teapots shooting tea at each other
dbdr: less war-themed
eulerscheZahl: the teapot already has some kind of cannon modeled
eulerscheZahl: spilling tea on each other
dbdr: we need such commentators for CG contests
wlesavo: tonight i realized that ^ is not the same as power in c++ and easily got +40k in sg. i basically scored solutions as ^2, surprised that even worked somehow
dbdr: in optim you typically keep the best thing you found
dbdr: so any search will find somewhat good results
eulerscheZahl: but the ^2 is part of the score computation
dbdr: it won't return stupids results like a bad multiplayer search would
eulerscheZahl: so the score is either 0 or 1 per group
eulerscheZahl: it will try to find as many groups of size 3,5,.. as possible
dbdr: ah ok
Scarfield: uneven groups ftw
eulerscheZahl: aka odd :D
Scarfield: 3 syllables > 1 syllable
wlesavo: well at least it worked better than random choice
eulerscheZahl: is that the no one - absolutely no one meme?
eulerscheZahl: no one: absolutely no one: jojo: i use arch
**eulerscheZahl is using Ubuntu
dbdr: If I understood that dogfight contest, I think they had a ranking step then the semi-finals are #1 against #4 and #2 against #3
dbdr: that makes for more dramatic end of a contest than watching a leaderboard during hours :D
eulerscheZahl: sounds like a weird mode
eulerscheZahl: something you would do in real world but not for bot fights where you can run lots of battles at almost no cost
dbdr: it's the same in tennis for instance, or world cup, or many sports
dbdr: yes, it's probably less accurate but more interesting to watch
eulerscheZahl: but these sports are real world. teams get exhausted and have limited timeframes
dbdr: though it has implications related to RPS
dbdr: especially if you allow agents to learn between matches
Zm4j: how to see my country ranking, not world ranking
dbdr: you can improve against that specific opponent
eulerscheZahl: as a contestant i would be pissed
wlesavo: as a contestant i would be one :slight_smile:
wlesavo: would not
Scarfield: in the leaderboard the is a colomn for contries, you can choose "same as Zm4j"
Scarfield: there is a *
dbdr: I think considering the spectacle aspect would be an interesting move for CG
dbdr: something like e-sports
eulerscheZahl: our japanese competitors did that
eulerscheZahl: streaming how they play one of their games after another, manually opening them :D
dbdr: oh ok
darkhorse64: leapfrog race in sg with wlesavo and yurkovas
eulerscheZahl: nah, i'm out
dbdr: one problem is, while you are competing and writing code in a short period, not much time to watch others
darkhorse64: You are out of reach for the moment ...
eulerscheZahl: let be guess: you'll be watching it
eulerscheZahl: but get a life insurance first
dbdr: in case my mind blows?
eulerscheZahl: yes. and you head explodes
dbdr: I'll put on a helmet
eulerscheZahl: dbdr watching Rust con https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_6zkA3nBObo
dbdr: good way to go
tutubalin: i found some Rust video on YouTube and it doesn't look mind blowing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxxUMM82orE
dbdr: there's post on r/rust about "watch me kill my enemies" or such about once a week :D
dbdr: someone developed an AI to detect them automatically, for fun
wlesavo: darkhorse64 leaphorse game :smiley:
AntiSquid: wtf rick roll contribution, Automaton2000 ban JBM unless he gets an avatar
Automaton2000: let me see if i could have done better
eulerscheZahl: at least the teapot contribution tells you exactly what to expect :P
eulerscheZahl: i think JBM fooled all of us
MSmits: :musical_note: never gonna give you up :musical_note:
dbdr: what score?
dbdr: what is that? :D
JBM: mmm not sure that's a leaderboard link: https://www.codingame.com/ide/demo/850088a159bea424cb5e8f502cc34eabda16ff
dbdr: yep :D
dbdr: anteriority I think
dbdr: are there winners?
dbdr: or is this a metaRR
AntiSquid: what's the score based on ?
AntiSquid: 9 / 11 wins why am i not first? :p
AntiSquid: because there's no point having both
AntiSquid: jcal1 depends on your approach
AntiSquid: and preferences
AntiSquid: not best introduction Nodius08
AntiSquid: why not vue jcal1 ? :p
AntiSquid: there a 3rd option now
AntiSquid: jcal1 https://imgur.com/a/pJquim1
AntiSquid: i am sure they use jquery too
AntiSquid: at least .
AntiSquid: what are you building anyway?
aCat: how to update your tests in solo game?
aCat: I'm sending new export package but tests are still the same
AntiSquid: real fighter pilot vs AI coming next https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzdhIA2S35w AI is winner of the DARPA dogfight challenge lol
AntiSquid: expecting 10 - 0 or something weird like that
jacek: my bot script for little golem sent a move :tada:
TheScore: Has someone solved the temperatures problem in c#?
jacek: in java. but the idea is the same
AntiSquid: this is a D community for most part
wlesavo: lol 2/11 submit in RR
eulerscheZahl: aCat just updating the testX.json should be enough
eulerscheZahl: at least it was in the past
aCat: it didnt work
aCat: i made export with tastace removed
aCat: and the upload correct
aCat: ok,, new puzzle in town coming :joy_cat:
eulerscheZahl: the one you invited me for?
aCat: I'm keeping your PR as valuable code
eulerscheZahl: jump point search
aCat: but didn't use it - as I had more problems with textures later in the game
aCat: initial issues were minor ;p
eulerscheZahl: yeah, just found and opened it
TheScore: I solved the temperatures problem with 80% score.. just the validators 1 and 12 aren't correct
TheScore: and idk what to do .. some help?
eulerscheZahl: your link to part 2 is wrong aCat. obviously it should be https://www.codingame.com/demo/850088a159bea424cb5e8f502cc34eabda16ff
wlesavo: i would vote for hard
Scarfield: what if you get temperatures -1 and 1?
aCat: nice try euler
aCat: thanks wlesavo
aCat: code is theoretically simple, but requires reading, and understanding the publication
eulerscheZahl: i haven't even really started reading yet. you are too fast wlesavo
aCat: and ok, being honest, not SO simple ;p
TheScore: how can i know what validators want from me ? :((((
AntiSquid: TheScore read statement carefully
AntiSquid: did you look at negative numbers?
DanielAndersonGames: There are 3 test cases I don't understand the reasoning behind for the Medium Community puzzle "Guessing digits". Would anyone possibly be able to lend a hand?
DanielAndersonGames: Hi BkDevDude.
TheScore: @AntiSquid you mean that I should limit the numbers to be bigger than -273 or something??
DanielAndersonGames: @BkDevDude I think it depends. How much programming experience do you have?
dbdr: AI trouncing human pilot
aCat: start with some easy codingame puzzles
aCat: the one with graphics
AntiSquid: ya pilot does no damage lol
Scarfield: AI not even gonna take dmg by the looks of it :o
Scarfield: just do the top gun move, it works every time
AntiSquid: TheScore watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzdhIA2S35w then read statement, stop overthinking the problem, just attention to detail @_@
DanielAndersonGames: @BkDevDude I agree with aCat. Easy puzzles with graphics is probably the best starting point.
TheScore: Thanks @AntiSquid, I also solved the problem <3
Astrobytes: interesting aCat, I didn't know there even was a JPS+
aCat: nice you found this interesting Astrobytes :-)
aCat: the algorithm is really cool
aCat: and speedup is amazing
darkhorse64: My only complaint would be that jump points are not defined but, after reading a few times the reference paper, I realize this cannot be summarized easily. You gotta read the f* paper !
Astrobytes: Just glanced at the paper, yes indeed the results are pretty damn good
Astrobytes: Reading sorted for tomorrow then
aCat: there was also recent (2 years ago IJCAI) even more preprocessing speedup
aCat: but then preprocessing take ages ;]
Astrobytes: lol, trade-off eh
aCat: maybe n future I will add more pathfinding stuff
aCat: (it's grade for games, where you offline prepare maps, and then ship with uperfast pathfinding)
Astrobytes: *superfast :P
aCat: *uber should be ;p
darkhorse64: Keep on pouring knowledge :grimacing:
aCat: yeah, D*Lite could me nice as puzzle
aCat: I would finally understood how it damn works :D
aCat: I organized seminar a few years ago dedicated only to pathfinding algorithms
aCat: some algos were extremelly straiogtforward, some were nice
Alpoc: is it possible to have methods?
Astrobytes: Methods where Alpoc?
Scarfield: Method Man
Astrobytes: & RedFieldMan
Alpoc: using the built in editor. inside the main game loop.
Astrobytes: Sure, define them outside the loop Alpoc
jacek: pathfinding? i know a certain game that would utilize pathfinding
aCat: hi jacek
Astrobytes: Memo12334 https://www.redblobgames.com
Alpoc: Im getting an error that its not defined. Its outside of while true:
aCat: hmm, some inside joke?
MSmits: jacek, that would be xmas rush right?
MSmits: or kutulu
MSmits: I have no idea what else
Scarfield: he made the paper soccer multi einCat
MSmits: ohhh of course :P
aCat: I know, but didn't get the relation
Astrobytes: Take your time to understand it Memo12334, there's interactive examples and lots of code/pseudocode
Scarfield: if its not my little pony, assume its a reference to paper soccer from theCek
Astrobytes: lol, too true
Astrobytes: Have you considered changing your nick to EcksDee Scarfield? :P
Scarfield: had to look it up, kinda like the idea tbh
Scarfield: had to restrain myself from typing it again, and also just now
**Astrobytes quietly ecks dees
Scarfield: what can i say, i laugh easily
**Astrobytes waits for it...
Scarfield: ... am really focused on not doing it .P
Scarfield: * is not sure how this works
Astrobytes: dear oh dear
**jacek not into IRC eh
**Scarfield its done
Astrobytes: Today: you learned.
Astrobytes: (minus that : )
Scarfield: yes, and i feel very educated right now
Astrobytes: I heard there was a pony in distress jacek
Astrobytes: Princess Ponyname from Ponyplace
jacek: i dont care about princess ponyname
jacek: princess Luna is my waifu
Astrobytes: lol, send help
Astrobytes: Anyway, I'm out. See ya's tomorrow
aCat: good night
jacek: this chat getting catty
aCat: not so much - this cat also gets sleep
Scarfield: this little piggy went to the market
aCat: be nice here and validate my puzzle ^^'
jacek: cat sure do sleep a lot https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbIAXj6eajQ
WhiteGlove: need a hint for the bulk email generator
WhiteGlove: is regex a good aproax?
jacek: i used regex
WhiteGlove: I'm struggling now with multiple parenthesis options but I think I have it
WhiteGlove: I'm going to go group by group but still not sure how to manage to save the results
WhiteGlove: sup, Benjamin, long time no see
BenjaminUrquhart: do I know you from somewhere?
WhiteGlove: long time ago we chatted on another puzzle
WhiteGlove: with eulerzhal too
WhiteGlove: Im stuck at the second test of bulk email
BenjaminUrquhart: WhiteGlove what's your approach so far
Hjax: BenjaminUrquhart is alive!
BenjaminUrquhart: am I
Hjax: pretty sure
BenjaminUrquhart: ok yes
WhiteGlove: Shall I share it here?
BenjaminUrquhart: I took a hiatus after the spring challenge
BenjaminUrquhart: sure I guess since it's not working
Hjax: the spring challenge hurt me, but ive done a bit of othello since then
BenjaminUrquhart: WhiteGlove hi
WhiteGlove: there u go, hope Java is alright, mate
WhiteGlove: with this I can pass test 1
WhiteGlove: but my brain is overcomplicating everything
BenjaminUrquhart: what's your actual code
WhiteGlove: that one
WhiteGlove: I made some stuff but waaay to ocmplicated, I'm trying to work something around
WhiteGlove: based on what I shared
WhiteGlove: I just want some hints
BenjaminUrquhart: looks fine to me
WhiteGlove: but not entirely sure how to manage the String build answer
BenjaminUrquhart: you have the choices, now you just need to follow the instructions in the description for how to choose them
BenjaminUrquhart: I replaced the entire match with the choice
BenjaminUrquhart: template = template.replaceFirst(Pattern.quote("("+group+")"), choice);
WhiteGlove: hold up
WhiteGlove: what do u mean by "group"
WhiteGlove: the whole parenthesis?
BenjaminUrquhart: the whole thing in parenthesis
BenjaminUrquhart: the return value of matcher.group(1)
WhiteGlove: That is what I have in mind... now to the test
WhiteGlove: When in your mind works wonders but your hands can not replicate...
WhiteGlove: btw, why replace first and not plain replace?
BenjaminUrquhart: in case there happens to be more than 1 place those choices are used in the string
WhiteGlove: ok, now it only works for the first optoin :D
WhiteGlove: step by step brother
WhiteGlove: but still doesnt pass test
PatrickMcGinnisII: hmmm... i never played with java matcher... this regex worked for me in php... '/\((.*?)\)/s'
WhiteGlove: it's not the regex tho
WhiteGlove: I'm currently using this in Java
WhiteGlove: it works for me
WhiteGlove: My problem is more logic than lack of tools
PatrickMcGinnisII: ahh... so you have to split the choices and then string replace
PatrickMcGinnisII: it easy in php
BenjaminUrquhart: apparently I used this for some reason: "\\(((?:.|\\s)*?)\\)"
PatrickMcGinnisII: I never did so much string manipulation in java
BenjaminUrquhart: I swear half of the string manipulation functions in java take regexes as arguments
PatrickMcGinnisII: regexs are slow and weird, i use them on cg from time to time, but I used it more when doing PERL
BenjaminUrquhart: perl is a regex
Alpoc: PERL, im so sorry you have to use that XD
PatrickMcGinnisII: I was doing perl when I was 25...hmmm 24 years ago
Alpoc: That makes sense
WhiteGlove: Benjamin, can I ask you help with the groups?
WhiteGlove: when my code finishes, correctly, with the first parenthesis.. it fails on the second
PatrickMcGinnisII: the new puzzle Dungepns and Maps is fun
WhiteGlove: problem solved
S_viper: this game is fun :innocent:
WhiteGlove: G'night fellas
S_viper: i dont know what you said
Pyhesty: apogey bk-01 coding
Pyhesty: i8080 processor
Zm4j: how do i send private message to someone on this site, and not do /.msg
BenjaminUrquhart: go to their profile iirc
Zm4j: there is just follow button
BenjaminUrquhart: follow, then message
Zm4j: there is no text button after i follow the guy :/
Counterbalance: should be a 'private message' button here, zm4j: https://www.codingame.com/profile/515c7cbb29dd9ace070b90dc24fd95a10047953/following
Laminator: Not sharing my code to that reverse. That was garbage lol
TheSpiffiest: whaaa. Ha. I just saw you can use numpy in python
TheSpiffiest: That simplifies things
TheSpiffiest: Nice work, thanks for sharing code. :)
TheSpiffiest: I was actually thinking how easy that would be in R
volkarion: I've been struggling hard core with A*...... I am missing something and all the research I'm doing keeps making it worse... is there any thing you have used that has helped?