HH, you get no credit for hacking the problem. Only legitimate solutions gain credit.
A commendable solution! The first submission, and a respectable size, sure. But something else setting this apart is the professional-looking use of comments throughout the submission, which provides great insight — without any penalty! Atsushi Ueno is the only one of the first ten solvers to do this (despite the explicit cue). Others maybe should also tackle Problem 44405.
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