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Randor 18-Aug-19 13:49
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Hi,

I can make the following inference by reading this rule of your challenge.
antoniu200 wrote:
Memory limit: 64 MB (global) / 8 MB(local)

In Microsoft Windows the default stack size is 1MB but on the Linux operating system the default stack size is 8MB so I can infer that your challenge will most likely be tested on a Linux box and will be tested for stack overflow.

Looks like your code will fail the 64MB memory condition first. You should be able to easily test this by simply fuzzing the program input:

999[a999[c]]999[x999[y]]

On a second glance I don't see where you are validating the input string to follow this rule:

antoniu200 wrote:
the string S will contain only lowercase letters of the English alphabet


Looks like you need to validate that your input is alphanumeric.

Actually... now that I've read your code a third time I believe you will fail each and every rule in the Restrictions and clarifications section on very large inputs.

Best Wishes,
-David Delaune
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