WCC sample quiz

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Instructions

1. Open the competition platform page and choose the Round C tab.

2. There are two Round C’s in each competition, Round C1 and Round C2. You can complete them in any order. Click on either button to start a round.

3. For each round, you have 30 minutes to complete 5 questions. Navigate by clicking on the top of the page to switch between questions.

4. To submit an answer, click on the submit button. You will be prompted to submit your code on our partner platform, Codeforces.

5. Your task is to identify all 10 patterns across both rounds.

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Round Details

This round is a programming codebreaker round. For each question, you will be given a few input and output prompts, and your task is to find the pattern matching inputs to outputs.

There are two courses of action you can repeatedly take

1. Query - you can enter a sample input into the system and it will return the corresponding output. Every time you do this, you lose X points.

2. Solution Code - if you think you have identified the pattern matching input to output, you can submit code that replicates that pattern on codeforces. If your code is correct, the question is complete. If your code is incorrect, you lose Y points.

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Practise Round C

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Instructions

1. Open the competition platform page and choose the Round E tab.

2. There are two Round E’s in each competition, Round E1 and Round E2. You can complete them in any order. Click on either button to start a round.

3. For each round, you have 30 minutes to complete 4 questions. Navigate by clicking on the top of the page to switch between questions.

4. To submit an answer, enter the required inputs on the page, space separated.

5. Your task is to identify failed test cases across all 8 questions.

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Round Details

This round is to test your debugging and problem identification skills. Each question consists of instructions and code linked to those instructions.

However, the code given is incorrect. You have to find a test case where the code does not work as intended.

Enter the inputs as defined by the given function. Leave a space between each input.

Your score depends on the number of queries and the time taken to solve each problem.

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Practise Round E

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