Making the Grade DP

【题意】

有n块高低不同的地面,每让一块高度改变1则需支付1的代价,问将地面高度变为不上升或不下降序列所需最小代价

【输入】

第一行一个n

接下来n行每行一个数字表示该块地面的高度

【输出】

一个数字,表示最小代价

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