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By anish.naruto, history, 2 months ago, In English

A fun and sweet story

In the heyday of our love, solving "Vika's problems" on Codeforces was my passion, each solution a love letter to LOML.

Avika, my heart's delight, once filled my Codeforces endeavors with laughter and love. But now, as she's departed, "Vika's problems" evoke melancholy tunes, a reminder of love lost.

In the ebb and flow of love's departure, "Vika's problems" on Codeforces remain, a poignant melody of memories shared and dreams undone, awaiting the day when her return will bring back the joy I once knew. :-)

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Just as the swap function in programming allows for the exchange of variables, life too deserves a graceful mechanism for transformation. Though it may be painful when a loved one departs, there's beauty in the notion of embracing change and allowing new connections to blossom in its wake.

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hi

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    Bro used his stereotypical, prejudiced brain. Proof: He is a narrow-minded person.

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bro i have heard ki tu apni fake jee rank batata h , shame on you