BAT3 - BATMAN3
" Bruce Wayne: I do fear death. I fear dying in here while my city burns.
Blind Prisoner: Then make the climb.
Bruce Wayne: How?
Blind Prisoner: As the child did. Without the rope. Then fear will find you again. "
The Epic fight between BANE and BATMAN saw BATMAN on the losing side .Bane delivers a crippling blow to Batman's back, then takes him to a foreign, well-like prison where escape is virtually impossible .
The prison as we know is a place from where no man ever escaped , except for the child of Ra's al Ghul himself .
The heroics of BATMAN saw him escape the prison , however after the prison came the Valleys . To reach the city , He needed to cross these valleys . Meanwhile , BANE's army has surrounded the city and trapped all the policemen underground . Each of these peaks contain exactly one policeman held captive by Bane's men. Since, BATMAN needs to build his own army , he decides to free some of the policemen on his way .
Also BATMAN needed to save his energy before his battle with Bane ,so he decided to take only downhill (strictly) jumps .Detective John Blake ( now called as ROBIN ) is standing in one of these peaks with a mini-BAT . This will allow BATMAN to take a maximum one jump uphill ahead . BATMAN can choose to flee ROBIN and use the BAT or rather cross over without his help .
The task in hand is to maximize the army strength to face BANE as BATMAN crosses over.
(BATMAN can take his first jump on any of these peaks)
" Bane : So, you came back to die with your city.
Batman : No. I came back to stop you. "
t , number of testcases
n : number of peaks , m : (zero based)index of the peak where ROBIN is standing
n intergers denoting the height of the peaks
The maximum strength of the army
Input:1 6 4 6 3 5 2 4 5Output:
- Its mentioned in the problem statement: Batman can take his first jump to any of these peaks (and initially he's not standing on any of these peaks).
@Romal Thoppilan, is it necessary to choose first peak, or batman could start from any peak ?
"(zero based)index of the peak where ROBIN is standing" means, that in the example Robin is on the peek with height 4. So, constraints on m are m>=0 and m<n.
1. Batman can surely make any kind of jumps forward with the BAT .
@Romal Thoppilan, could you please clarify some information. Batman could move strictly down, so he cannot move from height 5 to height 5.
Can anyone explain me how the output is 4 in the given sample case.