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Hi,

Today, I make the rugby score puzzleâ€¦

I think thereâ€™s a problem in the IDE test.

This is a print screenâ€¦ I donâ€™t understand the response order expectedâ€¦ Not the same that in the first test ???

Thanks for your help

after a try, a transformation kick is played and is worth 2 extra points if successful

When you need a try first to get that kick, how can you have more points by kicks than by tries?

0 3 0 is not a valid solution

You might want to recheck your calculations, the 3 options in your screenshot donâ€™t add up to the same value.

Ok I understand knowâ€¦

The second number is only for transformation not for try with no transfomationâ€¦

So, one try with no transformation return expected 1 0 0

Thank you

Regards

this looks like it is totally broken to me. i submit 3 0 0 and it tell me that i need 0 0 5 but both add up to 15, so how is my answer incorrect? or am i missing something about rugby?

You need both of them (and all other combinations which result in the same score).

Also, they need to be sorted and `3 0 0`

should be after the `0 0 5`

answer. Thatâ€™s why it tells you you need `0 0 5`

when you have `3 0 0`

.

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thanks for your reply

I also do not understand what order these are to go in: Test1

2 1 0

1 2 1

0 6 0

0 3 2

0 0 4

Found:

2 1 0

Expected:

0 0 4

after a try, a transformation kick is played and is worth 2 extra points if successful

There can be no transformation without a try.

I just submitted my Rugby Score and it validated fine as 100% although Test 4 in the IDE timeouts. (Maybe recursion was not the best idea or I should have optimized it moreâ€¦)

Loved it. I spent hours thinking on a recursive solution where the iterative one was way easier.

Hi,

It is possible to know the values â€‹â€‹of the Validator 2 ?

All test pass on IDE, and i donâ€™t understand why the Validator 2 doesnâ€™t pass.

I use an interative method and I have the condition transformation<=try.

Thanks.

Here you go

Input

16

Output

1 1 3

2 0 2

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Thanks

I saw my mistake, I have an infinite loop.

Hello,

Today I have finished solving this puzzle and I passed all the tests without problem.

However, when I try to pass validators 1 and 4 I am not as lucky.

Trying combinations on my own I have found a couple of bugs but I still do not know why it does not work.

If someone can help me it would be great.

Thanks!

Ok, I fnally found my error

It has helped me a lot to find that with multiples of 10 (eg 20, 30,40 â€¦) the solution will always be the same number 3 times and that at the same time it coincides with entry/10 .

e.g. entry = 30

sol: 3 3 3

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