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too long didn't read all

Shame you have such a limited attention span. Otherwise you might have bothered to read the whole of the sentences you quoted.

I draw your attention to: finding solutions to particular, restricted or bounded examples of particular NP problems

Well, bad trained personnel!

You'd know. YOU are one of them.

Especially if they calculate an approximate solution.

Again, if you could've maintained your attention span for the whole 45-50 seconds it would've taken you to read the entire post, you'd realise that all you doing it repeating what *I said* in my post.

Please don't respond further as I can't be bothered with having to repeat myself over and over.


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In reply to Re^7: Divide an array into 2 subsets to verify their sum is equal or not. (NP != unsolvable)) by BrowserUk
in thread Divide an array into 2 subsets to verify their sum is equal or not. by bimleshsharma

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