HDU 5804 Price List

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Problem Description
There are n shops numbered with successive integers from 1 to n in Byteland. Every shop sells only one kind of goods, and the price of the i-th shop's goods is vi.

Every day, Byteasar will purchase some goods. He will buy at most one piece of goods from each shop. Of course, he can also choose to buy nothing. Back home, Byteasar will calculate the total amount of money he has costed that day and write it down on his account book.

However, due to Byteasar's poor math, he may calculate a wrong number. Byteasar would not mind if he wrote down a smaller number, because it seems that he hadn't used too much money.

Please write a program to help Byteasar judge whether each number is sure to be strictly larger than the actual value.
 

Input
The first line of the input contains an integer T (1T10), denoting the number of test cases.

In each test case, the first line of the input contains two integers n,m (1n,m100000), denoting the number of shops and the number of records on Byteasar's account book.

The second line of the input contains n integers v1,v2,...,vn (1vi100000), denoting the price of the i-th shop's goods.

Each of the next m lines contains an integer q (0q1018), denoting each number on Byteasar's account book.
 

Output
For each test case, print a line with m characters. If the i-th number is sure to be strictly larger than the actual value, then the i-th character should be '1'. Otherwise, it should be '0'.
 

Sample Input
1 3 3 2 5 4 1 7 10000
 

Sample Output
001
水题,看看是不是比和大就好了。
#include<set>
#include<map>
#include<ctime>
#include<cmath>
#include<stack>
#include<queue>
#include<bitset>
#include<cstdio>
#include<string>
#include<cstring>
#include<iostream>
#include<algorithm>
#include<functional>
#define rep(i,j,k) for (int i = j; i <= k; i++)
#define per(i,j,k) for (int i = j; i >= k; i--)
using namespace std;
typedef __int64 LL;
const int low(int x) { return x&-x; }
const double eps = 1e-8;
const int INF = 0x7FFFFFFF;
const int mod = 1e9 + 7;
const int N = 1e5 + 10;
int T, n, m, y;
int a[N], f[N];
LL x;

int main()
{
    scanf("%d", &T);
    while (T--)
    {
        scanf("%d%d", &n, &m);
        LL tot = 0;
        rep(i, 1, n) scanf("%d", &y), tot += y;
        while (m--)
        {
            scanf("%I64d", &x);
            printf("%d", x > tot);
        }
        putchar(10);
    }
    return 0;
}


Price List

06-19

Problem DescriptionnThere are n shops numbered with successive integers from 1 to n in Byteland. Every shop sells only one kind of goods, and the price of the i-th shop's goods is vi.nnEvery day, Byteasar will purchase some goods. He will buy at most one piece of goods from each shop. Of course, he can also choose to buy nothing. Back home, Byteasar will calculate the total amount of money he has costed that day and write it down on his account book.nnHowever, due to Byteasar's poor math, he may calculate a wrong number. Byteasar would not mind if he wrote down a smaller number, because it seems that he hadn't used too much money.nnPlease write a program to help Byteasar judge whether each number is sure to be strictly larger than the actual value.n nnInputnThe first line of the input contains an integer T (1≤T≤10), denoting the number of test cases.nnIn each test case, the first line of the input contains two integers n,m (1≤n,m≤100000), denoting the number of shops and the number of records on Byteasar's account book.nnThe second line of the input contains n integers v1,v2,...,vn (1≤vi≤100000), denoting the price of the i-th shop's goods.nnEach of the next m lines contains an integer q (0≤q≤1018), denoting each number on Byteasar's account book.n nnOutputnFor each test case, print a line with m characters. If the i-th number is sure to be strictly larger than the actual value, then the i-th character should be '1'. Otherwise, it should be '0'.n nnSample Inputn1n3 3n2 5 4n1n7n10000n nnSample Outputn001n

Price List Strike Back

10-27

Problem DescriptionnThere are n shops numbered with successive integers from 1 to n in Byteland. Every shop sells only one kind of goods, and the price of the i-th shop's goods is vi. The distance between the i-th shop and Byteasar's home is di.nnEvery day, Byteasar will purchase some goods. On the i-th day, he will choose an interval [li,ri] and an upper limit ci. Then, he will visit each shop with distance at most ci away from home in [li,ri], buy at most one piece of goods from each shop and go back home. Of course, he can also choose to buy nothing. Back home, Byteasar will calculate the total amount of money he has costed that day and write it down on his account book, denoted as sumi.nnHowever, due to Byteasar's poor math, he may calculate it wrong. nnPlease write a program to help Byteasar judge whether each number is sure to be calculated wrong.n nnInputnThe first line of the input contains an integer T (1≤T≤10), denoting the number of test cases.nnIn each test case, the first line of the input contains two integers n,m (1≤n≤20000,1≤m≤100000), denoting the number of shops and the number of records on Byteasar's account book.nnThe second line of the input contains n integers v1,v2,...,vn (1≤vi≤100), denoting the price of the i-th shop's goods.nnThe third line of the input contains n integers d1,d2,...,dn (1≤di≤109), denoting the distance between the i-th shop and Byteasar's home.nnEach of the next m lines contains four integers li,ri,ci,sumi (1≤li≤ri≤n,1≤ci≤109,1≤sumi≤100), denoting a record on Byteasar's account book.n nnOutputnFor each test case, print a line with m characters. If the i-th number is sure to be calculated wrong, then the i-th character should be '1'. Otherwise, it should be '0'.n nnSample Inputn2n3 3n3 3 3n2 4 3n3 3 5 3n3 3 3 1n2 3 1 3n5 4n5 1 2 4 2n1 8 9 2 1n1 5 1 3n4 4 1 5n1 5 3 5n1 3 5 1n nnSample Outputn011n1101

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