@AmazingMech2418 @DynamicSquid this comes from set theory in maths but a subset is basically a set whose all elements are part of the original set. And the original set here is the array entered by the user.
Basically, it refers to all the arrays that can be formed using the numbers entered by the user in the original array including itself. In any order.
Congrats winners! Those are some awesome games you guys made.
1. Complex numbers are optional.
2. It's up to you but by default I am going to assume it to be
** so you would need to specify if you want me to type in some other format.
3. Only linear and quadratic functions are required. Others can be added for bonus but won't account to your actual score.
@AARIZBOYA Refrain from spamming and also from making comments that are not productive or unrelated to the post. If you have a personal issue with someone, I suggest you take it somewhere else.
@roylatgnail I think you're unaware of the term "Internet OS". Also, they quite literally said it in their post's content. The comments section is for constrictive criticism and feedback or suggestions. Not for hate speech.
Well, I definitely wouldn't recommend that but you can do it if you can make the proxy server yourself.
Files in a repl save automatically, if you look beside the file name in the editor, you'll see status like
@CoolJames1610 we require you to submit videos.
A suggestion in your case would be to record it using a screen recorder such as obs studio (and maybe edit it to suit yourself) and then upload the video somewhere and then share the link to the video.
I can confirm that this is more than true. Also the reason I've found out for computer science not being taken seriously is how most parents in India don't value computers. Most of them treat technology like drugs, and moreover, computer science in India is taught only in the last two years, and in those years everyone aspiring to be an engineer here just starts focusing on getting into the IIT(Indian institute of technology) and with it comes the intense competition due to India's large population which makes almost every student put aside their hobbies and focus only on the three subjects that are there in the entrance exams for IIT, that is maths, physics and chemistry. Most of them even forget about the importance of language. And then there's the teachers and the education system which emphasize that technology cannot be put to good use by students and they should stay away from computers and mobile phones. And that's why it's not taken seriously in India.