You can read the problem statement at here.

this problem can be solved using a brute-force approach i.e by doing a bfs on the states of the jars. 48 more words

You can read the problem statement at here.

this problem can be solved using a brute-force approach i.e by doing a bfs on the states of the jars. 48 more words

What could be easier than making Jello®? Certainly not Peeps® Jello Mold. Turns out the specific gravity of Peeps is less than the specific gravity of jello and the darn things float. 547 more words

Ever been annoyed by those password policies that say “One digit, one uppercase, one lowercase” and then cap your password at, say 12 characters? Are those passwords secure these days, when cheap processing power is freely available ? 1,397 more words

This is an easy problem from uva judge http://uva.onlinejudge.org/index.php?option=com_onlinejudge&Itemid=8&category=24&page=show_problem&problem=36

Brute Force, Iterative, Complete search.

**How I did it**

- I read i and j.
- I save the values of i and j in oi = i and oj =j. 148 more words

Magic: The Gathering is the world’s largest collectible card game. The premise of the game is that players are interdimensional travelers called Planeswalkers, 407 more words