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Computer Science Club. “The computer was born to solve problems that did not exist before.” – Bill Gates. San Jose Holiday Parade. “Christmas in the Park” canceled for CS club No volunteer spots available Next Community Link event: San Jose holiday parade

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computer science club

Computer Science Club

“The computer was born to solve problems that did not exist before.”– Bill Gates

san jose holiday parade
San Jose Holiday Parade
  • “Christmas in the Park” canceled for CS club
    • No volunteer spots available
  • Next Community Link event: San Jose holiday parade
    • December 5th, 5:00 AM - 12:00 PM (report times vary)
    • Various volunteer positions
  • More information at http://www.sanjoseholidayparade.com/volunteers.htm
problem of the week
Problem of the Week
  • Farmer John needs to sell a chunk of his land. Unfortunately, the land he sells inevitably affects the N cows (1 <= N <= 100,000) that graze on it. Given the start point, Ps, and end point, Pe, of grazing in meters (1 <= Ps < Pe <= 250,000) for each cow, answer Farmer John’s Q questions (1 <= Q <= 100,000). Each question will ask how many cows are affected by cutting out a piece of land from one point, Qs, to another, Qe (1 <= Qs < Qe <= 250,000).
problem of the week cont
Problem of the Week (cont.)
  • Input:Line 1: Space-separated integers N and QLines 2 … N + 1: Ps and Pe for each cow on the farmLines N + 2 … N + Q + 1: Space-separated integers Qs and Qe
  • Output:Lines 1 … Q: One integer representing the answer to each question