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# Problem Disputes has a problem

Recently, someone disputed my problem "Push Hard". He revealed how he approached the problem in the email. But, I want to clarify to him that his solution is wrong.

How do I reply to his dispute without having to write the solution to my problem?

I don't even know who disputed...The email just says "Somebody disputed...".

Note by Anish Puthuraya
3 years, 10 months ago

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Currently, we do not provide a way for direct communication.

The best way for you to justify your problem, is to post a solution, especially if no one else has posted a solution. This way, others who were unable to solve it can learn from it.

Note that not all disputes are valid.

Staff - 3 years, 10 months ago

Ok..Thank you,sir.

- 3 years, 10 months ago