|(1) Posted by David [Thursday, May 16, 2013 08:17]|
I solved problem #4 in test #2193 (Monday, May 13th, 2013) about 10 seconds but got solving time 1368422908 seconds. I have a screen picture with it. And then another funny thing - I got 32767 seconds in common statistic for this test.
|(2) Posted by David [Thursday, May 30, 2013 14:26]|
Test № 2209 Piotr Murdzia problem №5 - 32767 sec. :) http://matplus.net/pub/test.php?px=1369916567&fun=see&t=2209&enter=1
|(3) Posted by Rajendiran Raju [Thursday, May 30, 2013 14:43]; edited by Rajendiran Raju [13-05-30]|
Test № 2100 Jacques Rotenberg problem № 1 - 32767 sec. ( THE EXACT SAME TIME ) :) http://matplus.net/pub/test.php?px=1369917253&fun=see&t=2100&enter=1
The Great Father of the Solving Test Programmer now no more with Us !?
But till date Solving Program & This Site Run Sucessfully With Out HIM !!
|(4) Posted by Siegfried Hornecker [Friday, May 31, 2013 00:26]; edited by Siegfried Hornecker [13-05-31]|
We never really talked about it, but I'm pretty sure Milan has set up a twomovers database of which six problems are chosen each day. Sometimes they seem to have some connection in the theme or key move, while at other days it seems completely random.
After all, even after a short while it would be a tremendous amount of work to manually prepare six twomovers each day for people to solve.
I think there is some error in the software that has it returning the time as 7FFFh (32767d) - four bytes signed - instead of the actual worth, but it is most likely impossible to fix now.
|(5) Posted by David [Monday, Sep 2, 2013 18:13]|
Test 2284 http://matplus.net/test.php?px=1378137361&t=2284&fun=see
I solved pos. №6 for 5-10 sec. but again the same bug spoiled me all statistic!
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