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**Note**: The following corrections should make sense in the context of the printed problem set. Some of this errata
is purely to releave concerns about limits that are not necessarily critical to solving the problem.

**Problem B**: Change`0 < n < 1000`should be`0 < n <= 1000`**Problem B**: Printed sample output did not retain line breaks. Here is the corrected version:Case 1: 4 1 7 2 3 5 6 Case 2: 1 3 6 7 8 2 4 5 9 10

**Problem D**: Name will be 80 printable characters or less.**Problem E**: In Input defintion, remove`one them`from second sentence.**Problem E**: Max line length is 132 characters.**Problem F**: Last line of sample output lost the last 2 characters:`E.`. Note that this problem requires that text be properly typed and formatted (words spelled as in sample output).

- The final scoreboard for the Saturday practice contest has been wiped by mistake. The scoreboard will be restored after the main contest.
**Problem G - Ropes**: The input specificiaton is incorrect. Judge input is as in the example; a value of zero for the number of pitches signifies the end of input. That is to say, there will not be a first line with a single integer specifing the number of cases**Problem H - The Most Used Primes**: The bounds of L and U are inclusive, not exclusive.- For clarification, this flow chart is used for all judgements.
**Problem C - Food Restrictions**: Following the line starting with a period, signifiying the end of food prohibiition rules, an unknown number of test meals will follow, terminating with a line beginning with a "#". This is unclear in the problem, and it is easy to assume only one test case will be included fro each set of rules.**Problem C - Food Restrictions**: For each meal, print the number of restrictions violated, one number per line.**Problem C - Food Restrictions**: If a rule contains a single non-negative food, containing the food in a meal, does NOT violate the rule. The rule is not able to be violated.**Problem C - Food Restrictions**: For a rule "a + b + -c" if neither a nor b is present, and c is present in a meal, this does not violate the rule.**Problem C - Food Restrictions**: Neither a rule nor recipe can include the same food more than once.**Problem C - Food Restrictions**: If a rule contains only negative entries, any meal that has any foods from that rule has violated the rule.

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