MIDO - KOSARK
Slavko has started to follow the NBA league. The game duration is exactly 48 minutes. When a game
ends, the statistics are shown. Slavko has written down whenever a team scored. He is curious about
how long each team was in the lead.
The first line of input contains one integer N (1 ≤ N ≤ 100). The following N lines describe events
when a team scored.
Each description consists of a team that scored, which is either 1 or 2, and a timestamp in format
MM:SS (minutes:seconds), the time when a team scored. Minutes and seconds are zero padded and
from ranges [00, 47] and [00, 59] (inclusive). The given timestamps are unique.
The first line of output must contain the duration that the first team was in the lead.
The second line of output must contain the duration that the second team was in the lead.
All durations should be in MM:SS format, with leading zeros.
are times given always in order?
Are times given in order ?
finally ACLast edit: 2011-05-19 11:32:37
will only one set of input be provided??
<Comment removed>Last edit: 2011-03-17 03:46:23
team-2 was in lead since its first goal which was at time 21:10 because after that timestamp team-1 did not goal. and thus lead time for team-2 should have been from 21:10 till 47:59 than why it is 16:30 only instead of 26:50