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Stephen submitted Solution 402890 to Problem 15. Find the longest sequence of 1's in a binary sequence.

on 12 Feb 2014

Stephen submitted Solution 402849 to Problem 158. Is my wife right? Now with even more wrong husband

on 12 Feb 2014

Stephen submitted Solution 61610 to Problem 52. What is the next step in Conway's Life?

on 15 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted a Comment to Problem 501. Let's do Markov Chains!

hmm, sorry man. This was just for fun so people might get interested in markov chains, so I didn't think too hard about the test cases :)

on 15 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted Solution 61230 to Problem 497. Make an awesome ramp for a tiny motorcycle stuntman

on 15 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted a Comment to Problem 497. Make an awesome ramp for a tiny motorcycle stuntman

yes, it is fixed now :)

on 15 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted Solution 61232 to Problem 497. Make an awesome ramp for a tiny motorcycle stuntman

on 15 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted Solution 61229 to Problem 497. Make an awesome ramp for a tiny motorcycle stuntman

on 15 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted Problem 497. Make an awesome ramp for a tiny motorcycle stuntman to Community

on 15 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted Solution 60572 to Problem 52. What is the next step in Conway's Life?

on 13 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted a Comment to Solution 25216

ha, yeah. thanks for commenting about that. I didn't see it either.

on 1 Mar 2012

Stephen submitted a Comment to Problem 255. Spiraling out of control....

I can solve the simpler test cases, but how do you handle the eps stuff without too much error or crashing the program?

on 29 Feb 2012

Stephen submitted a Comment to Solution 54285

yeah, it depends on what your motivation is. If you want a low complexity, the puzzle is to match the test cases efficiently, but if you want low complexity and want to answer the problem, it adds a degree of difficulty. good solutions either way.

on 29 Feb 2012

Stephen submitted a Comment to Problem 393. You LOVES Matlab 41%

Sorry about that. I updated the rules and changed the dinosaur thing. Thank you for point out those errors.

on 24 Feb 2012

Stephen submitted Solution 49725 to Problem 39. Which values occur exactly three times?

on 23 Feb 2012

Stephen submitted Solution 48184 to Problem 16. Return the largest number that is adjacent to a zero

on 22 Feb 2012