I keep making careless mistakes recently. I'm very sorry that the Binary Box problem in my set "Bow to the Binary King" was wrong. I have edited my answer now, (hopefully) no more mistakes occurs.

How To Be Less Careless?

PS: Thanks to those who dispute my previous problems

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TopNewestWhat should have been the correct answer to "The Binary Box"? We could have updated the answer, and there was no need to delete a valid question.

We all make careless mistakes, so don't worry about it. Besides, the more problems / solutions that you type, the higher the probability that you have made a mistake somewhere. That's what the edit button is for. The important thing is that you learn from it and fix it.

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No matter how hard I try, I make mistakes too in posting problems. I appreciate the efforts of the Brilliant staff in helping problem creators be notified of such mistakes and giving them tools to fix their problems. I would say that most of the problems that need fixing just need to be worded more precisely.

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I've sent you the explanation to your email.

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