I don't know if anyone else will have this problem, but I needed to change line 4 in canvas_display.m from DEBUG=true to DEBUG=false on my machine to get the current layout to display properly.
thanks for pointing that out!, I have uploaded the correct version now
@james I have uploaded a new version (due to some modifications of the encoding mechanism) so please download it again if you want to correctly see the up-to-date version of the canvas.
Got it, and I like the interactive feature you can do with the new version!
This sends the AWESOMENESS of Cody to the infinity... and beyond!!!! Auf Deutsch: Das ist HAMMER GEEEIIIL!!! En Español: esto mola mucho, no! MUCHÍSIMO!!
I think the Cody Team changed the code for plotting the graph, so the function canvas_display.m does not work anymore... :-(
Now they call some jeve scripts to make the plot.
This canvas_display.m can not work now,so this is a problem of no solution now.
Can this problem be fixed?
I will try to fix this soon; the new Cody design only displays the latest 200 solutions on the problem main page, and this complicates a little bit what would otherwise be just a trivial fix, but nevertheless I am hoping to have this working again soon
(problemUrl)/solutions/map?sort=&term=status%3ACorrect displays all correct solutions
Thanks for the recommendations, this problem is now working again. Let me know if you run into any issues
the url: http://www.alfnie.com/ is not available for me
if you should update the url of download m file：https://sites.google.com/a/alfnie.com/alfnie/software
This problem is being rescored now. Please do not submit any new solutions while this problem is rescoring. I will update with a new message here once the process is done and it is again safe to submit new solutions. Thanks!
Finished rescoring now. Let me know if you run into any issues
I think this is the only way to solve this problem now?
let nature decide!!!
No risk... NO FUN!!
I was curious what a random number for x would do. Fortunately, the value of x doesn't change once the code has been run, and the block does not move around.
Yes, once the code is run the new block position is encoded in your solution score, so as long as we do not attempt to rescore the solutions it should keep this value for all eternity... ;)
sorry I actually had to rescore the solutions to preemptively fix a potential issue (which could happen if two people submit valid but mutually incompatible solutions almost simultaneously), so that block DID move a little... I am hoping I will not need to rescore again...
I see the rescoring changed a few things around with my solutions. The first random block I submitted was a failure, but the second one worked. This time, both the random ones worked, but a couple of my static ones are now failures. This will be "living art" each time the program gets rescored!
Is it an Armstrong number?
Relative ratio of "1" in binary number
Smallest distance between a point and a rectangle
singularity 2.0 (easier)
pay it forward
Say something funny
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