Although it is fairly easy to guess what you mean, your problem statement is not descriptive enough. Specifically, it is not clear whether the input is a single vector with both the rise and run, or if there should be two inputs. And what should the ordering be?
I'm not able to guess what "horizontal run" and "vertical rise" is. Where does the "next" belong to, to "vertical rise" or to "as a vector"?
a poor description for an uninspiring problem
Please provide more information on this problem. Can't understand. Sorry.
could you give little more explanation about the problem
I agree whith everybody
Test suite contains the solution. Poor.
I have noticed that problem statements from AMITAVA BISWAS are so vague, stupid, meaningless, and unclear. I don't know why he creates problems if he doesn't want to invest some time to come up with something meaningful and clear.
This user (mohamed elbesealy) appears to have gamed the system, with fraudulent "likes" of this unremarkable solution submitted by 'sock-puppet' accounts. —DIV
in every other program language i have used, arrays are called with BRACKETS not parenthesis.
The answer is ?
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