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# Brilliant Solutions

I made a solution, only to realize that when I published it I had a couple of my inequality signs flipped the wrong way. Why doesn't Brilliant allow its users to edit their solutions after they press "Continue"? Perhaps limits on edits can be placed, i.e. a total of 3 edits, but users should still be able to edit their solution after pressing "Continue".

Note by Tanishq Aggarwal
4 years, 5 months ago

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If users would be able to edit, they could first submit a nonsense solution and then copy the best one. Brilliant wants to make sure that everyone submits his own solution.

I had the same issue once, I wrote $$>$$ instead of $$\geq$$. I think that users should be able to edit, but a certain amount of characters, so they can fix little mistakes, such as wrong symbols, formatting errors, typos, etc.

- 4 years, 5 months ago

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