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Train Hard, Code Easy. Best Practices for Competitive Coding with Kotlin by Mikhail Dvorkin



Mikhail Dvorkin, ICPC World Finals gold medalist, solves the medium difficulty level “Two IP Cameras” problem from the previous Kotlin Heroes round.

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