Coding Coffee菜单

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						<h2>卡布奇诺</h2>
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								卡布奇诺(cappuccino)源于意大利,蒸煮牛奶与浓缩咖啡相融合
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						<h2>蓝山咖啡</h2>
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								蓝山咖啡(Blue Mountain Coffee)源于牙买加蓝山,一种没有糖,没有奶的纯种咖啡
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						<h2>猫屎咖啡</h2>
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								猫屎咖啡(Kopi Luwak)源于印度尼西亚,一种有着特殊的泥土的芳香的咖啡
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Coffee Central

02-10

n问题描述 :nnIs it just a fad or is it here to stay? You’re not sure, but the steadily increasing number of coffee shops that are opening in your hometown has certainly become quite a draw. Apparently, people have become so addicted to coffee that apartments that are close to many coffee shops will actually fetch higher rents.nnnThis has come to the attention of a local real-estate company. They are interested in identifying the most valuable locations in the city in terms of their proximity to large numbers of coffee shops. They have given you a map of the city, marked with the locations of coffee shops. Assuming that the average person is willing to walk only a fixed number of blocks for their morning coffee, you have to find the location from which one can reach the largest numbernof coffee shops. As you are probably aware, your hometown is built on a square grid layout, with blocks aligned on north-south and east-west axes. Since you have to walk along streets, the distance between intersections (a, b) and (c, d) is |a – c| + |b – d|. nnnnn输入:nnThe input contains several test cases. Each test case describes a city. The first line of each test case contains four integers dx, dy, n, and q. These are the dimensions of the city grid dx × dy (1 <= dx, dy <= 1000), the number of coffee shops n (0 <= n <= 5 × 10^5), and the number of queries q (1 <= q <= 20). Each of the next n lines contains two integers xi and yi (1 <= xi <= dx, 1 <= yi <= dy); these specify the location of the ith coffee shop. There will be at most one coffee shop per intersection. Each of the next q lines contains a single integer m (0 <= m <= 10^6), the maximal distance that a person is willing to walk for a cup of coffee.nThe last test case is followed by a line containing four zeros. nnn输出:nnThe input contains several test cases. Each test case describes a city. The first line of each test case contains four integers dx, dy, n, and q. These are the dimensions of the city grid dx × dy (1 <= dx, dy <= 1000), the number of coffee shops n (0 <= n <= 5 × 10^5), and the number of queries q (1 <= q <= 20). Each of the next n lines contains two integers xi and yi (1 <= xi <= dx, 1 <= yi <= dy); these specify the location of the ith coffee shop. There will be at most one coffee shop per intersection. Each of the next q lines contains a single integer m (0 <= m <= 10^6), the maximal distance that a person is willing to walk for a cup of coffee.nThe last test case is followed by a line containing four zeros.nnn样例输入:n4 4 5 3n1 1n1 2n3 3n4 4n2 4n1n2n4n0 0 0 0nnn样例输出:nCase 1:n3 (3,4)n4 (2,2)n5 (3,1)n

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