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My code is so unutterably ugly that I am afraid it will take vengeance on its maker.
Is it truely the best way to try all possibilities (except you prune lower intermediate results with both identical locations on the board and identical die configurations)?
I would have thought that the best solution would be to find some trick, like using statistics instead of a monte carlo solution to answer the question, "how often is 7 rolled using 2 fair 6-sided dice?".
P.S. I thought it amusing that the size of the array (although not all nodes are used) to contain all possible dice positions on a 60 by 60 board (60*60*6*4) is the same as the number of seconds in a day.
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hi, can someone please check my submission, for some of the testinputs, my answer seems off by 2-3 pip points. Would like to make one more go at it (with some input-suggestion), before checking the answer.
Hi, I can't figure out why the grader reported a run-time error for my submission on test case #4. I downloaded that and ran it locally and got all the right answers and didn't exceed the memory limit during the run. Can you check what was the run-time error?
Hi, it is time limit exceeded. There seems to be issue while reporting the error. I am looking into this.
Thanks, that's an important thing to fix. Question re: the time limit: is it per problem case in the input, or for all the problem cases in the input, or all the problem cases in all the inputs? That'd be helpful to clarify on the environment page.
Hi, time limit is considered for each test case separately. I am notifying this suggestion to the developers.
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