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[closed] Editorials On Codechef

@admin Can any user write editorial for the problems used in long and short contest or only authorised users have rights to do that.... ??

asked 21 Jun '13, 19:30

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closed 19 Feb '14, 13:17

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The question has been closed for the following reason "The question is answered, right answer was accepted" by bit_cracker007 19 Feb '14, 13:17


Hello,

There is absolutely nothing which stops you from writing your own "editorials" and publish them here, however, the editorials which are recognized as "offcial" for a given contest are of the responsability of the contest's editorialist, which obviously needs to be skilled in explaining things concisely and easily...

It's not something everyone can do... :)

Best regards,

Bruno

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answered 21 Jun '13, 21:23

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answered 21 Jun '13, 20:58

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thanks buddy :)

(21 Jun '13, 21:15) chandan111113★

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