That was a good hint (and sorry hacking was similarly fun)
it is hard to find the proper function. I find it by giving a wrong input to p file and cody give error message. See the last line that start with "Error" of Solution 518661 , Solution 518360 and
This is the solution I was looking for. I think it ends this "unintended" hacking series, :-(
Good work to improve the test suite. But I have to say it can be solved the proper way. Yes, it seems impossible but the third value of "x" is still, surprisingly, out there. What is @()1 used for?
Most nonzero elements in row
Determine if a Given Number is a Triangle Number
Determine if input is a Narcissistic number
Volume difference between Ellipsoid and Sphere
Back to the future II
Back to the future
Clear functions with the same name in different packages independently
Now! (Anticheating version 1)
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