PIVAL  Digits of Pi
In this problem you have to find as many digits of PI as possible.
Output
Output must contain as many digits of PI as possible (not more than 1000000).
Score
The score awarded to your program will be the first position of the digit where the first difference occured.
Example
Output: 3.1415926535897932384626433832795
will be awarded with 33 points.
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numerix:
20141017 19:18:29
@Robert Gerbicz: Your Python solution is really (really!) impressive!


Rishabh Roy:
20141012 01:00:21
my solution run in 0.0 i got 800 digits of pi correct


Mitch Schwartz:
20141006 21:08:08
Hrm, the cluster change to Cube changes the problem quite radically. Robert Gerbicz's very commanding lead isn't distinguishable anymore against much slower codes. It is really not desirable. I will write to an admin and/or the problem setter about it.


Mitch Schwartz:
20140701 00:45:41
@Sartaj: The point value here is calculated as your score divided by top score. You have gotten a small fraction of a point, not enough to increase your overall score to the next 0.1 increment. (I believe rounding occurs at the end, so if you have 0.049 points overall then it will register as 0 points, but if you make a 0.002 improvement in any problem then your total of 0.051 points will register as 0.1.) Last edit: 20140701 00:54:17 

Tizen:
20140630 22:20:52
Its given that the points awarded will be RELATIVE to the top score. What does this exactly mean?


KICK:
20140614 08:05:07
i am new to SPOJ


Steven Hans Limantoro:
20140529 15:45:13
If I got 0, what is the meaning of this?


Michooool:
20140310 12:38:31
I have not get any points ... just written 3895 Last edit: 20140310 12:39:42 

Alexandre Henrique Afonso Campos:
20140112 20:20:14
@Nrjana


Archangel:
20131223 23:18:59
i got 17, and no points in my account..can someone explain me what it means that points will be awarded? 
Added by:  Roman Sol 
Date:  20041227 
Time limit:  5s 
Source limit:  4096B 
Memory limit:  1536MB 
Cluster:  Cube (Intel G860) 
Languages:  All except: CLPS LISP clisp LISP sbcl ERL JSRHINO 
Resource:  ZCon 2005 