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competitive-programming

License: MIT License: Apache 2.0

Compilation of all the programs for practice and contests.

Under the codebook package, you will find Java, C++, and pseudocode implementations of useful algorithms, theorems, and paradigms. If a program is describing an algorithm paradigm, there is usually a reference problem to help explain the method. (E.G. IOI 2011 Race is used to explain centroid decomposition).

Under the contest package, you will find my Java and C++ solutions to various programming contests and practice problems. The solutions are oganized by the origin of the problem (E.G. CCC, USACO, COCI, Codeforces, Topcoder, Hackerrank).

License

competitive-programming is dual-licensed under the terms of either the MIT License or the Apache License (Version 2.0).

See LICENSE-APACHE and LICENSE-MIT for more details.

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