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Hello, I was practicing problems of the Beginner Section, and I have tried to submit a solution for the following problem:-

Problem :

And My Latest Solution :

In the IDE this solution ran successfully and I think that I have taken care of all the constraints but somehow the solution is still not accepted. Can please somebody point where and what I am doing wrong or missing out.

And for the Subtask #1 (30 points): 1 ≤ a, b ≤ 9 should the answer be 0 if a=1 and b=9? It would be helpful if somebody answers this.

Thank You

asked 03 Dec '17, 13:37

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closed 06 Dec '17, 20:04

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The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by vijju123 06 Dec '17, 20:04

Leading zeroes are not allowed. Meaning-

15+91 =06=6

06 is rejected, 6 is accepted.

Take care of leading zeroes and you're good to go. It is one of the tougher beginner problems.Yes, for 9+1 it is 0.

I see you got wrong output on subtask 1. Try on tricky cases of 5+5, 6+4,9+9 etc. I think it shouldnt be that hard to debug, just give T=10 and try the possible combinations.

PS: Your code fails here-

2 8
Your Output
Expected Output

answered 03 Dec '17, 14:34

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accept rate: 18%

edited 03 Dec '17, 14:43

thanks for answering and it helped my solution finally got accepted with 100pts.

(06 Dec '17, 12:57) darkstark_90001★

For input


55 55

Output should be 0

But your code produces 100 as output


answered 03 Dec '17, 14:40

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accept rate: 23%

You really mentioned an important point about this input case. I tried this input, found the fault and corrected it and it was accepted. Thanks.

(06 Dec '17, 12:58) darkstark_90001★

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