Hey, sometimes editorials take some time, especially the good ones. There are some stages involved in editorials: understanding the solution, writing them, submitting the solutions, admin reviewing the editorials, moving them from a private discuss page to the public one, etc. I’m sure that the editorialist and the admin are doing their best in making the editorials available as soon as possible. Meanwhile, you can look at other solutions, or ask questions on Codechef Discuss to help clear your doubts. Thanks for your patience
Thanks for notifying
By The Way i got to know what was the problem in my code(Equality Sign in comparator Function).But Can i say the test cases were weak for Second Subtask such that they passed even in presence Of Equality Sign In Comparator Function?
Test cases are usually not designed to target specific features of any language . Test cases are simply designed, so that sub-optimal and incorrect solutions, be it any language, don’t pass, to the best of a setter’s efforts. When thousands of submissions are made to a problem, it may happen sometimes, that some solutions pass, even though they have minor bugs. One problem can have many different implementations. Efforts are put more into preventing sub-optimal and incorrect ones from passing, as opposed to trying out every possible minor bug that a user can make, over many possible implementations. It’s unfortunate that a buggy solution passed, but that doesn’t necessarily make the test cases weak.
My Buggy Solution Didn’t pass fully,Thats why I created this Thread In the First Place!