acm
cz
acm
cz
Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague
Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Technical University of Ostrava
Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies, Slovak University of Technology
Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University
Faculty of Management Science and Informatics, University of Zilina
CTU Open Contest 2008
International Collegiate Programming Contest
contest.c, contest.C, contest.java, contest.p
Do you have any idea how much work must be done to make a competition like this to happen.
Reserve rooms, install computers, buy some food, print certificates — these are only some of
the important tasks. Can you imagine how many sleepless nights have been spent since the first
CTU competition in 1995. And this was only for people like you to enjoy the ICPC. Wow!
Beside others, the problem set must be carefully prepared. This includes not only the problem
statements but also solutions and test data. It is really a large amount of work. Would you help
Input Specification
The input to your program will be some valid and correct output for Problem B.
Output Specification
Print any input that will exactly satisfy the Input Specification for the Problem B and that
would generate the given output.
pg_0002
Sample Input
withdraw 20.00: ok
deposit 35.00: ok
withdraw 200.00: insufficient funds
transfer 100.50: ok
transfer 50.00: interbank
create: ok
transfer 100.00: same account
transfer 100.00: insufficient funds
withdraw 100.00: no such account
deposit 0.11: no such account
transfer 10000.00: no such account
end
deposit 6.92: ok
withdraw 9.68: ok
withdraw 6.64: ok
end
goodbye
Output for Sample Input
3
1234/5 100.00
4321/6 150.20
5432/5 1600.00
withdraw 1234/5 20.00
deposit 1234/5 35.00
withdraw 1234/5 200.00
transfer 5432/5 1234/5 100.50
transfer 5432/5 4321/6 50.00
create 1234/5
create 1236/5
transfer 1236/5 1236/5 100.00
transfer 1236/5 1234/5 100.00
withdraw 0000/0 100.00
deposit 0000/0 0.11
transfer 1234/5 0000/0 10000.00
end
1
9999/9 9.40
deposit 9999/9 6.92
withdraw 9999/9 9.68
withdraw 9999/9 6.64
end
0
In this problem, “Presentation Error" means that your output format is incorrect and the output
does not satisfy the Input Specification for Problem B. “Wrong Answer" will be used if your
output seems as a correct input for Problem B but it would not generate the requested answer.