回答 1 已采纳 Problem Description
Little X, Little Y and Little Z are playing checkers when Little Y is annoyed. So he wants to make the chessboard much bigger. Although Little Z insists the original version, Little X stands by Little Y. After they enlarge the chessboard, the chessboard turns to an infinite line.
The chessboard is like the Number Axes now, with each integer point able to hold a checker. At initial status there are three checkers on three different integer points , and through the game there always are three checkers. Every time, they can choose a checker A to jump across a pivot checker B to a new position(but the distance between old A and B equals to new A and B, and there should be no other checkers except B in the range [old A, new A]).
After playing for a while, they wonder whether an given status a,b,c can be transferred to x,y,z. obeying the rules. Since the checkers are considered the same, it is unnecessary for a must jump to x.
The first line is a,b,c.
The second line is x,y,z.
They are all integers in range (-10^9, 10^9) and the two status are valid.
The first line is YES or NO, showing whether the transfer can be achieved.
If it is YES, then output the least steps in the second line.
1 2 3
0 3 5
回答 2 已采纳 Problem Description
War chess is hh's favorite game:
In this game, there is an N * M battle map, and every player has his own Moving Val (MV). In each round, every player can move in four directions as long as he has enough MV. To simplify the problem, you are given your position and asked to output which grids you can arrive.
In the map:
'Y' is your current position (there is one and only one Y in the given map).
'.' is a normal grid. It costs you 1 MV to enter in this gird.
'T' is a tree. It costs you 2 MV to enter in this gird.
'R' is a river. It costs you 3 MV to enter in this gird.
'#' is an obstacle. You can never enter in this gird.
'E's are your enemies. You cannot move across your enemy, because once you enter the grids which are adjacent with 'E', you will lose all your MV. Here “adjacent” means two grids share a common edge.
'P's are your partners. You can move across your partner, but you cannot stay in the same grid with him final, because there can only be one person in one grid.You can assume the Ps must stand on '.' . so ,it also costs you 1 MV to enter this grid.
The first line of the inputs is T, which stands for the number of test cases you need to solve.
Then T cases follow:
Each test case starts with a line contains three numbers N,M and MV (2<= N , M <=100,0<=MV<= 65536) which indicate the size of the map and Y's MV.Then a N*M two-dimensional array follows, which describe the whole map.
Output the N*M map, using '*'s to replace all the grids 'Y' can arrive (except the 'Y' grid itself). Output a blank line after each case.
3 3 100
5 6 4
2 2 100
5 5 2
3 3 1