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A solution for the "Shoemaker" problem.

Problem description:
http://icpcres.ecs.baylor.edu/onlinejudge/external/100/10026.html

Author: Joana Matos Fonseca da Trindade
Date: 2008.04.06


/* 
 * Solution for "Shoemaker" problem.
 * UVa ID: 10026
 */
#include 

#define NJOBS 1000

using namespace std;

int jobs[NJOBS]; /* jobs */
double p[NJOBS]; /* priority */

/* main */
int main() {
    int nc;/* number of cases */
int nj; /* number of jobs */
int ct;/* completion time */
int dp; /* daily penalty */

    cin >> nc;

/* for each test case.. */
    for (int i=0; i> nj;

/* init input */
for (int i=0; i> ct >> dp;
jobs[i] = i;
/* priority is daily penalty divided by completion time (minimal fine) */
p[i] = double(dp) / ct;
}

int j, k, tmp;

/* sort jobs by priority */
for (int i=0; i p[jobs[k]]) || ((p[jobs[j]] == p[jobs[k]]) && (jobs[j] 

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