## Editorial for RGPC '18 P3 - Chocolate Day

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To efficiently calculate the number of chocolates in each cup, use a **difference array** to handle the range updates.

Next, use a **sliding window/two pointer approach** to find groups of cups, or subarrays, with a total sum under the given limit. Keep track of the endpoints of the current subarray. Increment the right endpoint if the subarray's sum is under the limit to check if adding the next cup still produces a valid answer. Increment the left endpoint if the sum is over the limit since there are no more valid subarrays starting from this cup.

When moving the left endpoint, update the answer if the length of the subarray before the right endpoint was moved (i.e. how many cups fit under the limit) is greater than the current maximum. Be sure to increment and decrement the sum counter accordingly.

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