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contest.go

Introduction

contest.go is a simple and naive Go library to help you with writing and testing solutions for competitive programming problems.

For problems with a fixed answer for each test case, you can use the standard go test command to test your solutions. You can also use contest-cli to prepare your solution template along with test cases retrieved from the web site.

Supported competitive programming services:

Installation

Just run the following to install contest-cli:

$ go get github.com/yaegashi/contest.go/cmd/contest-cli

Preparing a solution template with test cases

First, you need to make a Go module for your solutions:

$ git init solutions
Initialized empty Git repository in /home/yaegashi/solutions/.git/
$ cd solutions/
$ go mod init solutions
go: creating new go.mod: module solutions

You can prepare a generic solution dir by running contest-cli new with a dir name:

$ contest-cli new foo
2020/06/28 16:20:46 I: Created foo/main.go
2020/06/28 16:20:46 I: Created foo/main_test.go
2020/06/28 16:20:46 I: Created foo/sample1.in.txt
2020/06/28 16:20:46 I: Created foo/sample1.out.txt

You are ready to run go test with the sample1 test case:

$ go test -v ./foo
go: finding module for package github.com/yaegashi/contest.go/tester
go: downloading github.com/yaegashi/contest.go v0.0.1
go: found github.com/yaegashi/contest.go/tester in github.com/yaegashi/contest.go v0.0.1
=== RUN   TestContest
=== RUN   TestContest/0:sample1.in.txt
--- PASS: TestContest (0.00s)
    --- PASS: TestContest/0:sample1.in.txt (0.00s)
PASS
ok      solutions/foo   1.319s

You can prepare solution dirs for AtCoder contests by contest-cli atcoder new:

$ contest-cli atcoder new abc069
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Fetching AtCoder contest abc069
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/a/main.go
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/a/main_test.go
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/a/sample1.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/a/sample1.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/a/sample2.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/a/sample2.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/b/main.go
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/b/main_test.go
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/b/sample1.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/b/sample1.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/b/sample2.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/b/sample2.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/b/sample3.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/b/sample3.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/main.go
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/main_test.go
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample1.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample1.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample2.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample2.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample3.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample3.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample4.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample4.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample5.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/c/sample5.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/d/main.go
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/d/main_test.go
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/d/sample1.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/d/sample1.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/d/sample2.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/d/sample2.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/d/sample3.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:41:24 I: Created abc069/d/sample3.out.txt

The example above shows it creates 4 solution dirs for AtCoder Beginner Contest 069 with solution templates and test cases. Example solutions with them can be found at diligence.go repository.

You can also prepare a single solution dir and specify an output dir for that:

$ contest-cli atcoder new abc069 d -d abc069/d2
2020/07/05 00:57:12 I: Fetching AtCoder contest abc069
2020/07/05 00:57:13 I: Created abc069/d2/main.go
2020/07/05 00:57:13 I: Created abc069/d2/main_test.go
2020/07/05 00:57:13 I: Created abc069/d2/sample1.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:57:13 I: Created abc069/d2/sample1.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:57:13 I: Created abc069/d2/sample2.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:57:13 I: Created abc069/d2/sample2.out.txt
2020/07/05 00:57:13 I: Created abc069/d2/sample3.in.txt
2020/07/05 00:57:13 I: Created abc069/d2/sample3.out.txt

Limitations

Currently contest.go's tester judge implements very simple line-by-line matcher only. You need to make solutions that generates outputs strictly matching in all lines.

This means you cannot test problems that should accept multiple possible answers, for example, ABC069 Problem D:

$ go test -v .
=== RUN   TestContest
=== RUN   TestContest/0:sample1.in.txt
    TestContest/0:sample1.in.txt: tester.go:93: Wrong answer:
        --- want
        +++ got
        @@ -1,2 +1,2 @@
         1 1
        -2 3
        +3 2
=== RUN   TestContest/1:sample2.in.txt
    TestContest/1:sample2.in.txt: tester.go:93: Wrong answer:
        --- want
        +++ got
        @@ -1,3 +0,0 @@
        -1 4 4 4 3
        -2 5 4 5 3
        -2 5 5 5 3
        @@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
        +1 2 2 3 3
        +4 4 4 4 3
        +5 5 5 5 5
=== RUN   TestContest/2:sample3.in.txt
--- FAIL: TestContest (0.00s)
    --- FAIL: TestContest/0:sample1.in.txt (0.00s)
    --- FAIL: TestContest/1:sample2.in.txt (0.00s)
    --- PASS: TestContest/2:sample3.in.txt (0.00s)
FAIL
FAIL    github.com/yaegashi/diligence.go/atcoder/abc069/d       0.207s
FAIL

TODO

  • Support more competitive programming services
  • Custom judge integration for problems with multiple possible answers
  • Ability to submit solutions to competitive programming services

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