Hi, The question is this ABC 260 — B. I can not find a flaw in my submission. The failing test cases are not available.

Please find the flaw. Thanking in advance.

Hi, The question is this ABC 260 — B. I can not find a flaw in my submission. The failing test cases are not available.

Please find the flaw. Thanking in advance.

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It would help if you gave some more information

The error lies in the way you are sorting. For example, when you try to find the best math score, you call:

`sort(v.begin(), v.end(), restoreOrig); //restores original v sort(v.begin(), v.end(), compMath);`

`bool compMath(Obj i1, Obj i2){ return i1.math > i2.math; }`

But the problem clearly says that ties are “broken by examinees’ numbers”. Meaning if you have 2 math scores with 80, the one with the lower index will be admitted. You ignore examinees numbers, though.

sort() in c++ does not keep relative order of equal elements. Meaning you either need another compMath-function or another sorting algorithm. **Using stable_sort() instead of sort() would, for example, AC your submission.**