- Time limit: 1.00 s
- Memory limit: 512 MB
Implement a generalized version VByte encoding and decoding, that supports setting the size of the payload per block at run time.
The binary needs to support the "-s" command line flag, that indicates that the input is sorted and differences between subsequent numbers should be stored instead of numbers themselves.
The binary needs to support the "-k <k>" command line argument, that sets the size of the block payload to k. I.e
-k 7, would be standard VByte, with one byte per block (7 for payload and one stop bit).
A binary input stream, consisting of 64-bit unsigned integers. The first integer, n, is how many additional integers are in the input.
After encoding the n integers, output to
cerr the number of blocks used to encode the input, after this, repeate back the input sequence.
- n << 10^8
- k < 56
With k = 4
2, 7, 500
(in 64-bit binary)
4, 7, 500
I.e. The number of blocks = 4, followed by the input integers 7 and 500.