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constant popups leading to direct timing was ridiculous

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it was very bizarre to go to the first question then click away the annoying popups to then be forced to solve a problem i hadn't even *read* about in some arbitrary time limit. this as far as I'm concerned doesn't make any sense at all. I'd prefer to think about the problem in my own time.
from noonsilk+rosalind+feedback · 4 years & 357 days ago · · 1 comment
Actually, you can spend as much time as you like to solve the problems.



The five minutes time limit exists for solving a particular dataset. It starts only when you download the dataset. Rosalind has this time limit because some problems really should be solved in a computationally efficient way.

Anyway, you can try as many times as you like, without any penalty!
from Aleksey Kladov · 4 years & 356 days ago · Flag as inappropriate
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