Canadian Computing Competition: 2023 Stage 1, Senior #3
Ryo and Kita are designing a new poster for Kessoku Band. After some furious brainstorming,
they came to the conclusion that the poster should come in the form of a 2-D grid of
lowercase English letters (i.e.
z), with rows and columns.
Furthermore, it is known that Ryo and Kita both have peculiar tastes in palindromes. Ryo will only be satisfied with the poster if exactly of its rows are palindromes, and Kita will only be satisfied with the poster if exactly of its columns are palindromes. Can you design a poster that will satisfy both Ryo and Kita, or determine that it is impossible to do so?
Note: A string is considered a palindrome if it is the same when read forwards and backwards. For example,
bb are palindromes, whereas
live are not.
The first and only line of input consists of space-separated integers , , , and .
The following table shows how the available 15 marks are distributed:
|Marks Awarded||Bounds on||Bounds on||Bounds on||Bounds on|
If it is impossible to design a poster that will satisfy both Ryo and Kita, output
on a single line.
Otherwise, your output should contain lines, each consisting of lowercase English letters, representing your poster design. If there are multiple possible designs, output any of them.
Sample Input 1
4 5 1 2
Output for Sample Input 1
union radar badge anime
Explanation of Output for Sample Input 1
In the given design, only the second row (namely
radar) and the second and third columns
iddi) are palindromes. Since exactly of the rows and of the
columns are palindromes, this is an acceptable design.
Sample Input 2
2 2 2 1
Output for Sample Input 2
Explanation of Output for Sample Input 2
In this case, it can be proven that it is impossible to satisfy both Ryo and Kita.