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By CP_Sucks, history, 5 years ago, In English

If any like me get this error while importing the Pbds in #includes..

I got error importing this -> #include<ext/pb_ds/assoc_container.hpp> Error was "cannot open source file hash_standard_resize_policy_imp.hpp ".

Fix go to the dir -> C:\MinGW\lib\gcc\mingw32\8.2.0\include\c++\ext\pb_ds\detail\resize_policy

There u will see a file similar to -> "hash_standard_resize_policy_imp.hpp0000644"

Rename it to hash_standard_resize_policy_imp.hpp

and now it worked for me .

I don't know the real reason why the file was weirdly name before if someone knows plz comment down below and tell.

Hope this helps.

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4 years ago, # |
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Worked for me.

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Thanks, worked for me...

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You are a life saver!!!Worked for windows 10..

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4 years ago, # |
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I had been avoiding the hassle of trying to get pbds to work, but it seems like it's this simple! Yay!

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Thank you !! Thank you !! Inthakanna em cheppagalam..

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    Is this Tamil? Or maybe it's Telugu (looks similar but I can't understand it lol).

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Yes it is certainly weird given the fact that they didn't rectified this error for i don't know how long , seems like every version of gcc comes with file like this, or maybe it's not an error at all :|

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4 years ago, # |
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Probably the most useful post i've read in a while on codeforces!

Thank you, now i don't have to use the custom invocation tab whenever i use pb_ds.

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Thankyou so much

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3 years ago, # |
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Thanks , It really helped

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3 years ago, # |
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Worked for me too ... really saved my time !!

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Worked for me too! Thanks! IDK what's holding the provider from fixing this. Gave me a headache for almost half an hour...until I came across THIS magical post :D

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It is not working in windows 10. Is there any other solution for this.

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    it is working for me (i m also using windows 10).

    Can u pls share your error ss?

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    It was not working for me too. Then I installed the latest gcc version.

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      Can you share how can i install latest gcc version. In my case gcc version is 6.3 .

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          This not the latest version. gcc 12.2 is the latest. I currently have 11.2.0. Just google how to install ... You'll find the steps.

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            oh sorry mine was 6.3 and it worked fine so i got confused.

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Hey, Can anyone clear my doubt please. If I use my pbds as a mutliset and I want to find the number of elements which are smaller than than any element, is it possible to solve this using pbds?

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    yes, it is possible you can do that.

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      I tried it order of key but it gives me the total number of distinct elements less than a element but I want to find the total number of elements smaller than my number. For example, in the pbds with elements 1 2 2 2 4, If I use order of key for element 4, it will give an output of 2 but I want to find a way so that the output would be 4.

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        for set:- #define order_set tree<int, null_type,less, rb_tree_tag,tree_order_statistics_node_update>

        for multiset:- #define order_set tree<int, null_type,less_equal, rb_tree_tag,tree_order_statistics_node_update>

        you have to use less_equal instead of less in syntax to make it work as a multiset. order_of_key will give correct in the second case

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Thanks it worked for me

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Thanks, Worked for me :)

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Thanks brother, it works.

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it's worked for me thankyou

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worked for me :)

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Thanks a lot . It works for me

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Thanks a lot worked for me

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GOD !!!!!

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Love you brother