If you stare at the second hand for a long time, you can feel how quickly and irretrievably time is slipping away.. Enough gawking at the second hand. Instead, let's figure out a task involving seconds.
Don't think about seconds…
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10 March, 00:51
That was really ambiguous, love it.
11 October 2022, 12:35
we only change the int value......
13 August 2021, 16:31
The assignment is very confusing. I'll just assume it is a great way to be realistic ? At least, even with that, I managed to do the task, I hope this means I'm doing some progress...
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26 June 2021, 18:12
secondsAfter15? You mean secondsAfter3, right? This is very confusing :).
9 July 2021, 04:58
Thanks, we'll fix it as soon as possible.
15 January 2021, 03:36
I think it easy because from the title "Don't think about seconds…" . The code makes us to scare!!
31 December 2020, 11:34
I just changed The value of the "int secondsAfter15" to the right value and it worked.
4 January 2021, 15:05
what is the right value? then whats the use of "int secondsAfter15" .at the end of the day we have to calculate no. of seconds passed in 30mins.right? 60seconds in 1 min we all know so its 30 ×60...
5 December 2020, 21:31
The task wasn't clear to me. I had to check the help section, then I understood, actually it was a very simple task.
27 October 2020, 22:25
I think we need to reassign the int variable secondsAfter15 , multiply by 60 and print the total
17 September 2020, 16:40
Perhaps they are illustrating something you might bump into in the field? Or to use naming in our code that matches the requirements to prevent this kind of confusion. /shrug
13 August 2020, 11:51
This is flagged as "hard" while it basically only asks you to do a multiplication. If the instructions were referring to random times that would be much harder but since my simple solution was accepted I assume it was correct? Are we supposed to use some other classes/methods that were mentioned before or convert time to epoch?