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Rust

The score is the sum of 10000 * <size of best solution> / <size of your solution> for each problems. Only submissions before the deadline are considered if the problem has the deadline. Parentheses after your name will be removed before the aggregation. If you submitted multiple solutions into a problem, the better one will be calculated. (E.g., suppose you submitted as "shinh (cheat)" and "shinh" and earned 10000 and 8000, respectively. Then, your total score will be added by 10000)

This ranking is not fair (especially for new comers). Please don't consider this so seriously, the intention of this ranking is to show how eager you are golfing :)

RankUserScoreEntriesAvg# of 10000
1lynn28814229993525
2teebee24886225995423
3pooq19726720986317
4clock1050181195478
5%2047543595084
6Konrad Borowski41446582891
7Kroisse39917499793
8klapaucius200002100002
9Hendrik200002100002
10jennamagius200002100002
11nooodl200002100002
12shinh19705298521
13kt3k19427297130
14lifthrasiir18333291661
15asdf9791248950

Last update: Wed Dec 12 06:57:04 UTC 2018 (Wed Dec 12 15:57:04 +0900 2018)

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