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Feature Request

I was thinking how good it might be if we can access problems of last few weeks in any current week.

Note by Lokesh Sharma
4 years, 6 months ago

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Hi Lokesh,

I just wanted to clarify your request. Are you asking for a way to look at old problems that is a little more user-friendly than scrolling through the past solutions? A way to do problems you have already seen as if they were new? E.g. say you solved a problem a long time ago and no longer remember how to do it. Would you like to access it and do it again without seeing the solution immediately?

Peter Taylor Staff - 4 years, 6 months ago

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Hi Peter,

I was requesting the second one - 'A way to do problems you have already seen (or not) as if they were new'. This might result in two benefits. Firstly if a person wants to do lots of problems or practice, he can do so by accessing previous weeks problems. Secondly if a person needs to solve a problem again which he wasn't able to solve earlier but kept thinking about till he had the solution, he can have another chance to play with it. This is particularly the case with computer science. I am learning Python and sometimes want to access last few weeks problems which I didn't knew to solve back then but know now. So, if you can provide a way to access both seen and unseen last few week problems as if they were new this would be great.

Lokesh Sharma - 4 years, 6 months ago

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