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Alfonso Nieto-Castanon

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Alfonso Nieto-Castanon submitted Solution 503060 to Problem 2573. Flipping

on 20 Sep 2014 at 3:13

Alfonso Nieto-Castanon submitted Solution 503059 to Problem 2552. Remainder

on 20 Sep 2014 at 3:12

Alfonso Nieto-Castanon submitted Solution 503058 to Problem 2551. Rounding

on 20 Sep 2014 at 3:11

Alfonso Nieto-Castanon submitted a Comment to Solution 476047

Ha! I did not think of that, congrats! That gave me an idea for a potentially "unpeakable" .p code. I will create a new problem for that later tonight

on 21 Jul 2014

Alfonso Nieto-Castanon submitted a Comment to Problem 1969. Self-Description

I was going for the simple measurement (and the .p function was just to avoid publishing the actual solution) but please feel free to explore other approaches as well. While common hacks to pass this problem would work, I believe it might not be possible to hack the piechartsolve.p function to give away the solution (but I will be very interested if that proves to be wrong!)

on 21 Jul 2014

Alfonso Nieto-Castanon submitted a Comment to Problem 2450. Back to the Future III

That was a good hint (and sorry hacking was similarly fun)

on 20 Jul 2014

Alfonso Nieto-Castanon submitted a Comment to Solution 475011

you are apparently using some cool/sophisticated checks in secret_solver to avoid hacking attempts, but in my opinion it might be safer to just leave the checking of whether the solution is correct or not to your .p function itself, instead of having your .p function return the correct value (e.g. something like testsuite in http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/cody/problems/1969-self-description)

on 19 Jul 2014