KAMIL - Kamil
Some kids cannot pronounce all letters, some of them they sometimes pronounce correctly and sometimes incorrectly. Kamil sometimes says T instead of K, but he never says K instead of T. Similarly he sometimes says D instead of G. Instead of R he sometimes says L and sometimes F. Of course it happens that he pronounces the letter correctly. Kamil's father always thinks how many words can mean the word spoken by his son (it doesn't matter if they are real English words).
Write a program which
- reads from standard input the words spoken by Kamil
- counts how many different words can that mean
- writes the outcome on standard output
Ten test cases (given one under another, you have to process all!). Every test case is a single line - a word spoken by Kamil. Only 26 capital leters are used. The length of the word is at most 20.
For every testcase write an integer in a single line with a single integer, denoting the number of words which Kamil's word can mean.
The score awarded to your program is the number of bytes the source code you submit. The fewer points you score, the better. Submissions are not allowed to exceed 256 bytes.
Remark. It may turn out impossible to solve this problem in some languages.
Input: FILIPEK [and 9 test cases more] Output: 4 [and 9 test cases more]
This bug seems to be present in couple of more problems! DDATE and SIZECON are some I am aware as of now.
There's some bug, and it's been reported to SPOJ admins. Top score of 0 always makes it so nobody gets any points, but those solutions will be rejudged or disqualified once the bug has been fixed so things can return to normal. Thanks for your patience.
How is a '0' score possible???
Is Thats right :
Last edit: 2012-04-29 15:56:05
I've made it into 22B, wondering if I can make it into 20B.Last edit: 2012-04-09 12:00:03
24 is no longer the shortest possible code. The record is 21 chars in AWK by Sebastian Jakubiak.
It is quite possible & very simple with CPP... the only thing is the code size was ~160B
Yes , I solved it with C++
'D' is an easy letter to say. 'G' on the other hand is quite hard. If Kamil manages to say 'G', you can be sure he means it.