After seeing questions on this forum about dec long challenge. I decided to ask one more question about December long challenge.

I successfully solved CHFINTRO. But I failed to understand the sample test case can someone please explain to me - How 1501 represents Good boi?? As far as I know, 1501 represents **One Thousand One**. If I can recall correctly, this was taught to me in my high school. Please explain this to me. It’s crucial for me to know how 1501 represents Good Boi?? **I don’t want to claim 0 pts for AC on a question which I cannot understand correctly.**

One more question from CHFIDEAL problem.

What is Monty Hall Paradox ?? I don’t understand this paradox. After searching this paradox on the internet from 12 Nov. to 5 Dec every day for 22 days. I again failed to understand this. But because someone told me that **" An ideal problem has no test data."** So I decided to give up. And then I asked my friend @aryanc403 **"What is Monty Hall Paradox ??** He took 24 hrs to explain me Monty Hall Paradox. But he failed in explaining me this again. So He gave me his soln for this problem. I copy pasted his code and submitted on the 78th minute of December Long Contest. Can someone please explain me Monty Hall Paradox ??

I don’t know that something known as comments on question page does exist on codechef. So I decided to ask it here. One day I learn about this feature as well and then I will use that feature.

Please explain these two questions to me else I will see -10000 pts change in my rating and I will become the lowest rated user codechef. And I won’t get a job in IT sector. I will have to burn my B.Tech degree (which I will earn after 2 years hopefully) and then I will do Rag Picking for my livelihood.

Please help me.

Btw did someone noticed that I got runtime -1 sec. So technically I submit 500 times and I can claim credits for creating a time machine.

**Hi , so to me seems like a notorious coincidence. Though I have come across a similar technique in a programming article ( it was o̶n̶ ̶t̶h̶i̶s̶ ̶f̶o̶r̶u̶m̶ in Russian ) way back.**