10579 - Fibonacci Numbers

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10579 - Fibonacci Numbers

Post by htl » Thu May 20, 2004 8:39 am

On the ranklist I discovered that so many people spent much less time and memory to run the prog. But I took much time and memory doing this. Could someone teach me how to accelerate the prog?

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Post by Rajib » Mon Jun 14, 2004 1:15 pm

This is a simple string addition problem. You can faster the string addition by converting the base of huge integer and then do the add operation.

For an example,

65535 (dec) == FFFF (hex)

65535 (dec) + 65535 (dec) will take much operation than,
FFFF (hex) + FFFF(hex)

so if you convert the base from 10 to 1000000 then all the addition will take too less time :o and also use less memory.

Hope it will help you. [Goodluck :) ]

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Post by htl » Mon Jun 14, 2004 6:26 pm

It means that if I should make a multiplication table for any base I wanna to convert to? Could you give me more information on bigint? Thanks!

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Post by Rajib » Tue Jun 15, 2004 12:17 pm

Dear, bigint is nothing but your own defined class or any function that is capable to do som basic mathematical operation like 'add','sub','mul' or 'div'; 8)

You need to create your own bigint class where after taking the input you just convert the base from 10 to any reasonable large base (like 10000/1000000 etc)

You can try it yourself or search from internet. Google is a greate search tool for any one. :wink:

Very simple... :lol:

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Post by htl » Thu Jun 17, 2004 3:24 pm

I have tried addition calculation... Thanks..

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Post by Jemerson » Tue May 24, 2005 12:38 am

I've discovered that the input number will never be bigger than 2000, this may also help your task of saving time.
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10579: Fibonacci Input/Output Needed

Post by Jewel of DIU » Mon Aug 01, 2005 8:22 am

I have got WA in this problem. I want to know where is my fault.
Can anyone give me some Input-Output?
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how about

Post by wook » Sun Aug 14, 2005 6:08 am

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9
15
26
91
908
1000
1001
2304
4050
4193
2
13
34
610
121393
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and, if n is 0, my programs exit the loop.

you need calculate about N < 4800, it will be of 1000 digits.
Sorry For My Poor English.. :)

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Re: 10579 - Fibonacci Numbers

Post by 20717TZ » Wed Sep 25, 2013 9:00 am

0 should not be in the test data;
The maximum input: 4786 (f(4786) has 1000 digits, while f(4787) has 1001 digits)

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4786
3
100
20
1
2
3
4
4781
43
44
45
46
Test Output

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7334343300431526745413249208471480941295886039383885689591799012660621316779395823705306935954440374490983316440510938218661503030861630551548176293222468430475826259959800604212901428982055681829150950655199287783857015061224226795482474623367665222282256870316117093830732812895097667473105049114270817452107418279883991688450006170770502566063032564075310632474734425490689190635259549767940099905087501320929296630972279603414930997444279094039374065272740853520039785786698227588316593293922583225068083713333591230083257890903615803904675715141475535706043142298866792045298371160569065663936383352746627653451155462689725430610815806257367133656040401322717863284076339742756245203855814663113490689862210696900867531084265725317796456979714878328669946807443728887797839435463413795912940497316758611168447311213734925988635812151655063724137755355835867847379508102339675238232695173896823234061425238260852508144856714319522307480482321929193614716737343149471726333522305539123082795222023
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6765
1
1
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