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I am trying to solve the ACM problem # 10018 LINK : http://uva.onlinejudge.org/index.php?option=com_onlinejudge&Itemid=8&category=12&page=show_problem&problem=959 I don't know why it is showing wrong answer.Can anyone help me to figure out the error?
#include<stdio.h>

int iteration = 0;

unsigned long int change(unsigned long int *n, unsigned long int *m)
{
    unsigned long int x = *n;
    while (x > 10)
	{
		*m += x%10;
		*m *= 10;
		x /= 10;
	}
		*m += x;

    return 0;
}

unsigned long int palindrome(unsigned long int test_number)
{
    unsigned long int rev_number=0, sum =0, rev_sum=0;
    iteration++;
    change(&test_number, &rev_number);
    sum = test_number + rev_number;
    change(∑ , &rev_sum);
    if(sum != rev_sum)
        palindrome(sum);
    else
        printf("%d %lu", iteration, sum);
    return 0;
}
int main()
{
    unsigned long int amount = 0, j, number=0;
    scanf("%lu", &amount);
    for(j=0; j<amount;j++)
    {
        scanf("%lu", &number);
        palindrome(number);
        iteration = 0;
        printf("\n");
    }
	return 0;
}

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change( , &rev_sum);

I didn't know you could do that!


Character Entities. An unintended side-effect of taking address of variable named sum.

& ¢ § ∑

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		*m += x%10;
*m *= 10;
x /= 10;

Instead of modifying m directly, use a temporary variable to reverse the digits.

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Sorry that I'm not looking into it, but what does 3 seconds mean?
3 seconds to write the code :P

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change(∑ , &rev_sum);



woops... :)

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Instead of modifying m directly, use a temporary variable to reverse the digits.


I am always using another variable to hold the reverse value.I am just using m to access those values."rev_sum" and "rev_number"...arnt they?

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Check the condition for looping in change - it has a small mistake. After correcting it, your code is accepted by the online judge for me.

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Sorry that I'm not looking into it, but what does 3 seconds mean?
3 seconds to write the code :P


3 seconds for the code to execute. These limits are usually carefully chosen to make sure that you come up with a proper algorithm (in the big-O sense) and don't do anything especially stupid in the implementation of that algorithm, but generally don't require you to do optimization beyond that point.

Anyway. Have you tried actually using iteration instead of recursion - i.e., writing a loop? You might find it's a little simpler.

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Sorry that I'm not looking into it, but what does 3 seconds mean?
3 seconds to write the code :P


3 seconds for the code to execute. These limits are usually carefully chosen to make sure that you come up with a proper algorithm (in the big-O sense) and don't do anything especially stupid in the implementation of that algorithm, but generally don't require you to do optimization beyond that point.
Thanks!

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