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To help you get started with the creation of a good competition, you can modify the following template:
````markdown
# Goal
This is a competition to… Input will be… Output must be…
The mapping from input to output consists of…
$$
f(x)=\sum_{i=1}^{N}\begin{cases}\text{MathJax}=\text{good}\\4\text{ formulas}\end{cases}
$$
Be aware of the $\text{inline}\over\text{formula}$ corner cases…
The goal of this competition is to achieve the shortest/fastest/… code.
[make sure to select the correct post type!]
## Special rules
- Your function must…
- Your function may not…
- Scoring consists of…
## Example cases
Here are a few test cases that cover both simple cases and any edge cases:
[JSON is often a good format to provide data in]
| Input | Output | Notes |
|-----------------------|------------------------|--------|
| `["example","input"]` | `["example","output"]` | |
| `["example"]` | `["example"]` | Single |
| `[]` | `[]` | Empty |
````
It will look like this:
> # Goal
> This is a competition to… Input will be… Output must be…
> The mapping from input to output consists of…
> $$
> f(x)=\sum_{i=1}^{N}\begin{cases}\text{MathJax}=\text{good}\\4\text{ formulas}\end{cases}
> $$
> Be aware of the $\text{inline}\over\text{formula}$ corner cases…
>
> The goal of this competition is to achieve the shortest/fastest/… code.
> [make sure to select the correct post type!]
>
> ## Special rules
> - Your function must…
> - Your function may not…
> - Scoring consists of…
>
> ## Example cases
> Here are a few test cases that cover both simple cases and any edge cases:
> [JSON is often a good format to provide data in]
>
> | Input | Output | Notes |
> |-----------------------|------------------------|--------|
> | `["example","input"]` | `["example","output"]` | |
> | `["example"]` | `["example"]` | Single |
> | `[]` | `[]` | Empty |