• wolf3d_MY_GAME
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• #include #include char a[205]; int main() {  int n,i,j,t[4],k,m;  while(scanf("%s",a)!=EOF)  {  n=strlen(a);  i=0;  while(1)  {  t[0]=t[1]=t[2]=
#include<stdio.h>
#include<string.h>
char a[205];
int main()
{
int n,i,j,t[4],k,m;
while(scanf("%s",a)!=EOF)
{
n=strlen(a);
i=0;
while(1)
{
t[0]=t[1]=t[2]=t[3]=0;
for(;i<n;i++)
if((i==0||a[i-1]=='f'||a[i-1]=='w')&&a[i]=='w') t[0]++;
else
{
//m=1;
break;
}
for(;i<n;i++)
if((i==0||a[i-1]=='w'||a[i-1]=='o')&&a[i]=='o') t[1]++;
else
{
//m=1;
break;
}
for(;i<n;i++)
if((i==0||a[i-1]=='l'||a[i-1]=='o')&&a[i]=='l') t[2]++;
else
{
//m=1;
break;
}
for(;i<n;i++)
if((i==0||a[i-1]=='l'||a[i-1]=='f')&&a[i]=='f') t[3]++;
else
{
//m=1;
break;
}
k=t[0];
for(j=1;j<4;j++)
if(k!=t[j]) break;
if(j!=4)
{
printf("INVALID\n");
break;
}
if(i==n&&j==4)
{
printf("VALID\n");
break;
}
}
}
return 0;
}


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• Somewhere in the great stone maze of Winterfell, a wolf howled. The sound hung over the castle like a flag of mourning. Tyrion Lannister looked up from his books and shivered, though the l...
9.TYRION(0)
Somewhere in the great stone maze of Winterfell, a wolf howled. The sound hung over the castle like a flag of mourning.
Tyrion Lannister looked up from his books and shivered, though the library was snug and warm. Something about the howling of a wolf took a man right out of his here and now and left him in a dark forest of the mind, running naked before the pack.
When the direwolf howled again, Tyrion shut the heavy leatherbound cover on the book he was reading, a hundred-year-old discourse on the changing of the seasons by a long-dead maester. He covered a yawn with the back of his hand. His reading lamp was flickering, its oil all but gone, as dawn light leaked through the high windows. He had been at it all night, but that was nothing new. Tyrion Lannister was not much a one for sleeping.
His legs were stiff and sore as he eased down off the bench. He massaged some life back into them and limped heavily to the table where the septon was snoring softly, his head pillowed on an open book in front of him. Tyrion glanced at the title. A life of the Grand Maester Aethelmure, no wonder. “Chayle,” he said softly. The young man jerked up, blinking, confused, the crystal of his order swinging wildly on its silver chain. “I’m off to break my fast. See that you return the books to the shelves. Be gentle with the Valyrian scrolls, the parchment is very dry. Ayrmidon’s Engines of War is quite rare, and yours is the only complete copy I’ve ever seen.” Chayle gaped at him, still half-asleep. Patiently, Tyrion repeated his instructions, then clapped the septon on the shoulder and left him to his tasks.
Outside, Tyrion swallowed a lungful of the cold morning air and began his laborious descent of the steep stone steps that corkscrewed around the exterior of the library tower. It was slow going; the steps were cut high and narrow, while his legs were short and twisted. The rising sun had not yet cleared the walls of Winterfell, but the men were already hard at it in the yard below. Sandor Clegane’s rasping voice drifted up to him. “The boy is a long time dying. I wish he would be quicker about it.”
Tyrion glanced down and saw the Hound standing with young Joffrey as squires swarmed around them. “At least he dies quietly,” the prince replied. “It’s the wolf that makes the noise. I could scarce sleep last night.”
Clegane cast a long shadow across the hard-packed earth as his squire lowered the black helm over his head. “I could silence the creature, if it please you,” he said through his open visor. His boy placed a longsword in his hand. He tested the weight of it, slicing at the cold morning air. Behind him, the yard rang to the clangor of steel on steel.
The notion seemed to delight the prince. “Send a dog to kill a dog!” he exclaimed. “Winterfell is so infested with wolves, the Starks would never miss one.”
Tyrion hopped off the last step onto the yard. “I beg to differ, nephew,” he said. “The Starks can count past six. Unlike some princes I might name.”
Joffrey had the grace at least to blush.
“A voice from nowhere,” Sandor said. He peered through his helm, looking this way and that. “Spirits of the air!”
The prince laughed, as he always laughed when his bodyguard did this mummer’s farce. Tyrion was used to it. “Down here.”
The tall man peered down at the ground, and pretended to notice him. “The little lord Tyrion,” he said. “My pardons. I did not see you standing there.”
“I am in no mood for your insolence today.” Tyrion turned to his nephew. “Joffrey, it is past time you called on Lord Eddard and his lady, to offer them your comfort.”
Joffrey looked as petulant as only a boy prince can look. “What good will my comfort do them?”
“None,” Tyrion said. “Yet it is expected of you. Your absence has been noted.”
“The Stark boy is nothing to me,” Joffrey said. “I cannot abide the wailing of women.”
Tyrion Lannister reached up and slapped his nephew hard across the face. The boy’s cheek began to redden.
“One word,” Tyrion said, “and I will hit you again.”
“I’m going to tell Mother!” Joffrey exclaimed.
Tyrion hit him again. Now both cheeks flamed.
“You tell your mother,” Tyrion told him. “But first you get yourself to Lord and Lady Stark, and you fall to your knees in front of them, and you tell them how very sorry you are, and that you are at their service if there is the slightest thing you can do for them or theirs in this desperate hour, and that all your prayers go with them. Do you understand? Do you?”
The boy looked as though he was going to cry. Instead, he managed a weak nod. Then he turned and fled headlong from the yard, holding his cheek. Tyrion watched him run.
A shadow fell across his face. He turned to find Clegane looming overhead like a cliff. His soot-dark armor seemed to blot out the sun. He had lowered the visor on his helm. It was fashioned in the likeness of a snarling black hound, fearsome to behold, but Tyrion had always thought it a great improvement over Clegane’s hideously burned face.
“The prince will remember that, little lord,” the Hound warned him. The helm turned his laugh into a hollow rumble.
“I pray he does,” Tyrion Lannister replied. “If he forgets, be a good dog and remind him.” He glanced around the courtyard. “Do you know where I might find my brother?”
“Breaking fast with the queen.”
“Ah,” Tyrion said. He gave Sandor Clegane a perfunctory nod and walked away as briskly as his stunted legs would carry him, whistling. He pitied the first knight to try the Hound today. The man did have a temper.
A cold, cheerless meal had been laid out in the morning room of the Guest House. Jaime sat at table with Cersei and the children, talking in low, hushed voices.
“Is Robert still abed?” Tyrion asked as he seated himself, uninvited, at the table.
His sister peered at him with the same expression of faint distaste she had worn since the day he was born. “The king has not slept at all,” she told him. “He is with Lord Eddard. He has taken their sorrow deeply to heart.”
“He has a large heart, our Robert,” Jaime said with a lazy smile. There was very little that Jaime took seriously. Tyrion knew that about his brother, and forgave it. During all the terrible long years of his childhood, only Jaime had ever shown him the smallest measure of affection or respect, and for that Tyrion was willing to forgive him most anything.
A servant approached. “Bread,” Tyrion told him, “and two of those little fish, and a mug of that good dark beer to wash them down. Oh, and some bacon. Burn it until it turns black.” The man bowed and moved off. Tyrion turned back to his siblings. Twins, male and female. They looked very much the part this morning. Both had chosen a deep green that matched their eyes. Their blond curls were all a fashionable tumble, and gold ornaments shone at wrists and fingers and throats.
Tyrion wondered what it would be like to have a twin, and decided that he would rather not know. Bad enough to face himself in a looking glass every day. Another him was a thought too dreadful to contemplate.
Prince Tommen spoke up. “Do you have news of Bran, Uncle?”
“I stopped by the sickroom last night,” Tyrion announced. “There was no change. The maester thought that a hopeful sign.”
“I don’t want Brandon to die,” Tommen said timorously. He was a sweet boy. Not like his brother, but then Jaime and Tyrion were somewhat less than peas in a pod themselves.
“Lord Eddard had a brother named Brandon as well,” Jaime mused. “One of the hostages murdered by Targaryen. It seems to be an unlucky name.”
“Oh, not so unlucky as all that, surely,” Tyrion said. The servant brought his plate. He ripped off a chunk of black bread.
Cersei was studying him warily. “What do you mean?”
Tyrion gave her a crooked smile. “Why, only that Tommen may get his wish. The maester thinks the boy may yet live.” He took a sip of beer.
Myrcella gave a happy gasp, and Tommen smiled nervously, but it was not the children Tyrion was watching. The glance that passed between Jaime and Cersei lasted no more than a second, but he did not miss it. Then his sister dropped her gaze to the table. “That is no mercy. These northern gods are cruel to let the child linger in such pain.”
“What were the maester’s words?” Jaime asked.
The bacon crunched when he bit into it. Tyrion chewed thoughtfully for a moment and said, “He thinks that if the boy were going to die, he would have done so already. It has been four days with no change.”
“Will Bran get better, Uncle?” little Myrcella asked. She had all of her mother’s beauty, and none of her nature.
“His back is broken, little one,” Tyrion told her. “The fall shattered his legs as well. They keep him alive with honey and water, or he would starve to death. Perhaps, if he wakes, he will be able to eat real food, but he will never walk again.”
“If he wakes,” Cersei repeated. “Is that likely?”
“The gods alone know,” Tyrion told her. “The maester only hopes.” He chewed some more bread. “I would swear that wolf of his is keeping the boy alive. The creature is outside his window day and night, howling. Every time they chase it away, it returns. The maester said they closed the window once, to shut out the noise, and Bran seemed to weaken. When they opened it again, his heart beat stronger.”
The queen shuddered. “There is something unnatural about those animals,” she said. “They are dangerous. I will not have any of them coming south with us.”
Jaime said, “You’ll have a hard time stopping them, sister. They follow those girls everywhere.”
Tyrion started on his fish. “Are you leaving soon, then?”


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• Problem Statement Wolf Sothe and Cat Snuke are playing a card game. The game is played with exactly 100 cards. The cards are numbered from 1 to 100. The game is pl...


Problem Statement

Wolf Sothe and Cat Snuke are playing a card game. The game is played with exactly 100 cards. The cards are numbered from 1 to 100. The game is played as follows:First, Cat Snuke chooses the goal: an integer N between 1 and 100, inclusive.
Then, Wolf Sothe chooses exactly K of the 100 cards and gives the chosen cards to Snuke.
Next, Cat Snuke may throw some of those K cards away. He may choose any subset of cards he was given, possibly none or all of them.
Finally, Cat Snuke may write minus signs onto any subset of the cards he still holds. For example, if he currently has the cards {1,3,4,7}, he may alter them to {-1,3,4,-7}.
At the end of the game, Snuke computes the sum of the numbers on his cards (with the added minus signs). Snuke wins the game if the sum is exactly equal to the goal number N. Otherwise, Sothe wins.Your task is to help Wolf Sothe win the game. We are now in step 2 of the game. You are given the int N chosen by Snuke and the int K that specifies the number of cards you have to give to Snuke. Choose those K cards in such a way that Snuke will be unable to win the game. If you can do that, return a vector <int> with K elements: the numbers on the chosen cards. If there are multiple solutions, you may return any of them. If there is no solution, return an empty vector <int> instead.

Definition

Class:
WolfCardGame

Method:

Parameters:
int, int

Returns:
vector <int>

Method signature:
vector <int> createAnswer(int N, int K)

(be sure your method is public)

Limits

Time limit (s):
2.000

Memory limit (MB):
256

Stack limit (MB):
256

Constraints

-
N will be between 1 and 100, inclusive.

-
K will be between 1 and 15, inclusive.

Examples

0)

20

4

Returns: {1, 2, 3, 4 }

If we give Snuke cards with numbers 1, 2, 3, and 4 on them, the largest sum he can form is 1+2+3+4 = 10. Thus, he cannot reach N=20 and we win.

1)

40

1

Returns: {39 }

2)

97

6

Returns: {7, 68, 9, 10, 62, 58 }

3)

2

12

Returns: {33, 69, 42, 45, 96, 15, 57, 12, 93, 9, 54, 99 }

题意：从１到１００挑出Ｋ个数字，挑出的数字可正可负，求一种总和不为Ｎ的方案．
分析：如果Ｎ为奇数，那么选前Ｋ个最小的偶数一定不会组成奇数．类似的，如果Ｎ不是３的倍数，那么选择前Ｋ个最小的３的倍数的数字；４，５，６同理，但７的时候，如果Ｋ＝１５，最后一个数字是１０５不在１００内，满足该特殊情况的数字是６０，那么前面添加一个１，结果是{1,7,14,21,28,35,42,49,56,63,70,77,84,91,98}
官方题解

class WolfCardGame {
public:
vector <int> createAnswer( int N, int K ) {
vector<int> ret;
if (N == 60 && K == 15) {
ret.push_back (1);
K = 14;
}
for (int i=2; i<=7; ++i) {
if (N % i != 0) {
for (int j=0, v=i; j<K; ++j, v+=i) {
ret.push_back (v);
}
break;
}
}
return ret;
}
};


转载于:https://www.cnblogs.com/Running-Time/p/5504385.html
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• Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure video game developed by FromSoftware and published by ... In the game, the players act as a Sengoku period shinobi known as Wolf as he attempts...
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is an action-adventure video game developed by FromSoftware and published by Activision. In the game, the players act as a Sengoku period shinobi known as Wolf as he attempts to take revenge on a samurai clan who attacked him and kidnapped his lord.
As a game directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki, Sekiro (unsurprisingly) features a very harsh death punishment. If the player dies when carrying gg amount of money, the amount of money will be reduced to \left\lceil \frac{g}{2} \right\rceil⌈
2
g
​
⌉, where \left\lceil \frac{g}{2} \right\rceil⌈
2
g
​
⌉ indicates the smallest integer g’g
′
that 2g’ \ge g2g
′
≥g.
As a noobie of the game, BaoBao has died kk times in the game continuously. Given that BaoBao carried nn amount of money before his first death, and that BaoBao didn’t collect or spend any money during these kk deaths, what’s the amount of money left after his kk deaths?
Input
There are multiple test cases. The first line of the input contains an integer TT (about 10^310
3
), indicating the number of test cases. For each test case:
The first and only line contains two integers nn and kk (0 \le n \le 10^90≤n≤10
9
, 1 \le k \le 10^91≤k≤10
9
), indicating the initial amount of money BaoBao carries and the number of times BaoBao dies in the game.
Output
For each test case output one line containing one integer, indicating the amount of money left after kk deaths.
Sample Input
4
10 1
7 1
10 2
7 2
Sample Output
5
4
3
2
Hint
For the third sample test case, when BaoBao dies for the first time, the money he carries will be reduced from 10 to 5; When he dies for the second time, the money he carries will be reduced from 5 to 3.
注意：如果n=1或者0的时候，就要退出循环，因为1/2再向上取整，一直为1
一直对n/2，如果是奇数就是n/2+1，如果是偶数则为n/2
#include<bits/stdc++.h>
using namespace std;

int main()
{
std::ios::sync_with_stdio(false);
int t;
cin>>t;
while(t--)
{
int n,k;
cin>>n>>k;
while(k)
{
if(n%2==0)
n=n/2;
else
n=n/2+1;
if(n==1||n==0)
break;
k--;
}
cout<<n<<endl;
}
return 0;
}



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