AtCoder's ABC A problem in dc summarizes what is easy to write in dc

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All the easy-to-write issues listed are covered in this article.

All issues up to ABC100 are written in such a way that they are not duplicated.

Problems that can be easily written in DC

Simple calculations

Something that reads one integer and is obtained by a simple calculation of only two stacks 003 004 007 009 011 013 081 089

Using Multiple Stacks

Reading multiple integers and performing calculations using two or more stacks 001 008 017 023 045 057 082 084 087

Using basic commands

Commands such as d, r, and s 005

Uncategorized 012 014 026 036 043 044 055 068 069 070 074 076

a simple if

I made it like preparing a character string in advance. 002 006 016 020 034 035 053 058 064 086 088 091 099

Something that is not easy to write

I categorized it according to my own subjectivity.

Complex if

028 033 037 040 052 063 072 080 083 092 094 096 097 098 100

Complex conditions

DC is the shortest

024 030 031 032 039 065 067 078

I have an answer in DC.

018 019 027 046 047 054 066 071 073 079 085

No answer in DC

061 062 075

repetition

There's nothing you can't write, but you don't have to bother writing for statements in dc 022

Need to read a string

010 015 025 029 038 041 048 049 050 051 056 059 060 077 090 093 095

Lying?

Is my interpretation different, or is it AC due to lack of samples, but the correct answer or doubtful 021 042

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Updated on July 18, 2021