UVA 12063(dp记忆化)

UVA 12063(dp记忆化)UVA-12063ZerosandOnesTimeLimit:3000MSMemoryLimit:Unknown64bitIOFormat:%lld&%lluSubmitStatusDescriptionBinary

UVA – 12063

Zeros and Ones
Time Limit: 3000MS   Memory Limit: Unknown   64bit IO Format: %lld & %llu

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Binary numbers and their pattern of bits are always very interesting to computer programmers. In this problem you need to count the number of positive binary numbers that have the following properties:

  • The numbers are exactly N bits wide and they have no leading zeros.
  • The frequency of zeros and ones are equal.
  • The numbers are multiples of K.


The input file contains several test cases. The first line of the input gives you the number of test cases, 
T ( 
1$ \le$T$ \le$100). Then 
T test cases will follow, each in one line. The input for each test case consists of two integers, 
N ( 
1$ \le$N$ \le$64) and 
K ( 
0$ \le$K$ \le$100).


For each set of input print the test case number first. Then print the number of binary numbers that have the property that we mentioned.

Sample Input 

56 36 46 226 364 2

Sample Output 

Case 1: 1Case 2: 3Case 3: 6Case 4: 1662453Case 5: 465428353255261088

Illustration: Here’s a table showing the possible numbers for some of the sample test cases:

6 36 46 2


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#define foreach(it,v) for(__typeof((v).begin()) it = (v).begin(); it != (v).end(); ++it)
using namespace std;
typedef long long ll;
ll dp[40][40][100];
int n,k,tot;
ll d(int ones,int zeros,int mod)
    ll & res = dp[ones][zeros][mod];
    if(res!=-1)return res;
    if(ones==tot&&zeros==tot) return res = (mod==0);
    if(ones==tot)return res = d(ones,zeros+1,(mod<<1)%k);
    if(zeros==tot)return res = d(ones+1,zeros,(mod<<1|1)%k);
    return res = d(ones+1,zeros,(mod<<1|1)%k) + d(ones,zeros+1,(mod<<1)%k);
int main()
    int T;
    for(int cas = 1; cas <= T; ++cas) {
        memset(dp,-1,sizeof dp);
        ll res = 0;
        tot = n>>1;
        if((n&1)==0&&k)res = d(1,0,1);
        printf("Case %d: %lld\n", cas,res);
    return 0;

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