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Anselm Karl submitted a Comment to Problem 44310. Digit concentration in Champernowne's constant

That was quite a Piece of work!!

on 6 Nov 2017

Anselm Karl submitted a Comment to Problem 44350. Breaking Out of the Matrix

That's what i ment. In the Problem Statement there is overlap, whether it is intentional or not, one can't decide. Looking at the test cases you can figure out, that when R/C>1 there must be overlap (in one of the cases "intentional" overlap). When R/C=1 there cant be any overlap. But if you think pratically (like it was an real world problem), one of both cases doesn´t make sense. If the overlap is needed the R/C=1 makes no sense and vice versa. To make my critism constructive: I would remove the R/C=1 cases and i'd add to the proplem, that there shall a be minimum number of matrices and there shall be at lest one element overlap. Excess overlap shall be between the last two matrices.

on 25 Oct 2017

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on 24 Oct 2017

Anselm Karl submitted a Comment to Problem 44350. Breaking Out of the Matrix

Didn´t like that one. Sorry. The Problem doesn´t specify if there´s any intentional overlap. I had to try ond error through the test bench. The test bench should be for testing only (not for describing the Problem), in my opinion. Or is there any intuitive or obvious way i am missing?

on 24 Oct 2017

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