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# Can anyone find the mistake in this code?

 0 So i have tried the Chef and rainbow array question. I do get correct answers for the given test cases on codeblocks, but when submitting codechef says wrong answer. Is something wrong with my logic? Thanks Link to question: https://www.codechef.com/problems/RAINBOWA My code: #include int main(){ int i,j,t,n,count7,rem,status,midstat; int count1,count2,count3,count4,count5,count6; int a[100]; scanf("%d",&t); for(i=0;i0&&count2>0&&count3>0&&count4>0&&count5>0&&count6>0){ status=1; } else{ status=0; } } } if(status==1){ printf("yes\n"); } else{ printf("no\n"); } } }  asked 19 Aug '17, 22:48 1●1 accept rate: 0% 15.1k●1●18●57

 1 Two things- 1.Where are you checking if array has elements only in range [1,7]?? 2. Another condition is, it must be palindromic. Or, as given in problem statement, if there are a2 number of 2 before 7, then there must be a2 number of 2 after it. Eg- {1,2,2,3,4,5,6,7,6,5,4,3,2,1] is nto rainbow as there are two 2's before 7 but only 1 after it in sequence.  answered 19 Aug '17, 22:53 15.1k●1●18●57 accept rate: 18% He actually checks if the array is palindromic or not. But first one is indeed a problem. (19 Aug '17, 22:55) Sorry, didnt notice it. The code is too long so kinda skimmed through it :p EDIT: Yes, found it. There is a for loop dedicated to that. Sorry, missed it. :) (19 Aug '17, 22:56) 1 thanks, i found my mistake (19 Aug '17, 23:24)
 1 Here is one test case. Your program prints wrongly yes. 1 13 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 6 5 4 3 1 2  answered 19 Aug '17, 22:54 591●5 accept rate: 22% thanks for that. now i figured whats the problem. thanks (19 Aug '17, 23:24)
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