OK! There was a mistake. I agree.
Now what are you going to do with the test cases? Take it on a procession to CC headquarters? File a case in the Consumer Court showing evidence? Start an online petition to boycott CC?
Your arguments make no sense. CC understands there was a mistake and nothing (sensible) could be done about it.
I don’t have much knowledge of JAVA (the lang you use), but successful submissions were also made using JAVA. So I don’t think this is language-concerned unfairness.
Also, I won’t go through the entire reason why test cases won’t be made public, but I’ll tell you this :
- There is no fun in solving questions if you are told about what the corner cases are.
- The best part of problem-solving is locating corner cases for every question and making logical solutions to tackle them. Absence of corner cases reduces the questions to the classical, standard questions in algorithms and DS.
- The integrity of question difficulty is reduced when people use these test case’s and make a lookup table of results for every test case using results of a Brute Force approach.
Thus, I ask you kindly, not to post further questions on why test cases won’t be released.