InterLeave Blocks+meme war

How to approach the problem InterLeave Blocks from ZCO 2020

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Hint till the editorial is out : DP[A][B][K][2]. dp[a][b][k][0] represents the number of ways we can interleave first a and b terms of array A and B respectively to form exactly k blocks of equal numbers, and the last term in the interleaved subsequence is from array A (from array B if the last value is 1 instead of 0)
Look at this problem which is quite similar.

On mobile rn so cant give a detailed explanation

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Such hint, much wow!

At least describe your DP states, base case and recurrence relation :stuck_out_tongue: !

EDIT: Nice, your edited answer is much better :stuck_out_tongue: :smiley:

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Itna pr0 kaise
I used DP[A][B][K][2]

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Proud of you Mod!

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HAHAHAHAHA

THANK YOU XDDDDDDDDDD. I AM DEAD SOMEONE HELP ME XDXD.

Best laugh since a few recent months XDDDD

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Hahaha upload again I don’t mind

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3i2t5x

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3i2tve

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He is not editorialist LOL.
This meme is for editorialist :stuck_out_tongue:
ig @infinitepro

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spam spam spam

somebody lock it(wait the mod is also involved in the spam )now who will lock it??
lol

When codechef has meme wars : “Codechef is filled with spam. Codeforces has so much of informative talks”
When codeforces has meme wars : “This is so much fun. Coders are awesome memeists”

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it was intended to be a joke

this is so true

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The effort on memes is legit

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I will. 1-2 memes are fine. But a meme war is definitely injustice to this post. @ashish_arora please make a new post if you still need help. Sorry for the inconvenience :slight_smile:

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