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# MAXSEGM: Need speacial test case / spot the bug

 0 Hi, Recently I have been trying hard to find the bug in my code for the problem MAXSEGM, which was the second question of June Lunch Time(LTIME49). And strange enough I am getting 70 points, (not 30, nor 100). It clearly means I am missing some special test case or their might be a small bug in my code. Please help me in spotting the bug, or giving a test case for which my code can give wrong answer. If you prefer the link of my "70" points solution: link The code is pasted below: #include #define gc getchar_unlocked using namespace std; int fastScan() { int n = 0; register int c; c = gc(); while(c < '0' || c > '9') c = gc(); for (; c >= '0' && c <= '9'; c = gc()) n = n * 10 + c - '0'; return n; } #define ARR_MAX 1000000 int w[ARR_MAX], c[ARR_MAX]; long long int findMaxUniqueSum(int n) { unordered_set number; int j = 0, maxLen = 0, iIdx, jIdx; long long int sum = 0, maxSum = 0; for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) { while (j < n && number.find(c[j]) == number.end()) { number.insert(c[j]); sum += w[j]; j++; } if (j - i > maxLen) { maxLen = j - i; maxSum = sum; } else if (j - i == maxLen && sum > maxSum) maxSum = sum; number.erase(c[i]); sum -= w[i]; } return maxSum; } int main() { int t, n; t = fastScan(); while (t--) { n = fastScan(); for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) c[i] = fastScan(); for (int i = 0; i < n; i++) w[i] = fastScan(); long long int sum = findMaxUniqueSum(n); cout << sum << "\n"; } return 0; }  asked 29 Jul '17, 10:33 2★nvs232 34●4 accept rate: 0%

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 3 You have misunderstood the Q You only need to find a unique range with max sum, NOT the longest unique range with max sum. Here is where your code fails- Input 1 3 0 0 1 2000 10 100 Your Output 110 Expected Output 2000  answered 29 Jul '17, 11:14 15.1k●1●18●57 accept rate: 18% Silly me, thanks! Got it correct. (29 Jul '17, 11:31) nvs2322★
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