# James

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James submitted a Comment to Problem 1477. Champernowne Constant

Please change the example [188 289] in your problem description to [188 189], as I believe [188 289] should return [9 1], rather than [9 9]. (By the way, great job picking 189 to use for a check. Right at the end of the two-digit numbers.)

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James submitted Solution 243699 to Problem 1480. Mode

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James submitted a Comment to Solution 235356

I find it amusing that an answer that games the problem still has a larger Cody size than the leading solution...

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Sorry, I should have been clearer with my previous comment. Yes, there is a math solution to this problem that does not require brute force. Solutions 231885-231887 are mine, and give the correct (mathematical) answers with no brute forcing at all. However, because of the way the output needs to be passed to the assert function, they are marked as wrong by Cody. Other than the odd way that the output needs to be parsed, this is a great problem.

on 24 Apr 2013

If the purpose is to get a math solution, why play tricks with how the output needs to be passed and read?

on 23 Apr 2013