New (and way easier) hacking problem built upon Alfonso's problem 1969 (self description) and Jean-Marie SAINTHILLIER's solution 476047 (modified for this problem).
Guess the scalar value within the p code by any means.
You seem to be unstoppable in Cody, so I have a challenge for you.
See Problem 908 (AVIRIS Inscribed Rectangle Bit Mask) by the great Richard Zapor.
The url is dead in test n°5, but you know that some methods exist to bypass this (See the Singularity series by Alfonso).
I am looking for a more sophisticated solution where I give a correct algorithm for this problem AND at the same time pass this test as if nothing happened. You can find a correct url of the AVIRIS file in problem 898.
So how to proceed to exchange the two urls ? I don't know if it's possible because the time constraints are high.
Good luck !!
Thanks. And thats really tough...
use builtin,so I overload all the eq, but failed
This should enable you to avoid almost all 'prohibited function check' in test suites except for one that checks for fopen.
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