Copy and paste the source code of your accepted solution to the problem here. Your submitted code must compile and produce a correct solution if we run it; in particular, all necessary indentation must be included if your code is in python.
If you're extra nice, add source highlighting to you submission: give your code to http://hilite.me/ and you get nice and shiny HTML formatting of your code, then switch to the HTML Editor here before you paste it. It is preferable to check the "line numbers" box. It is the code you submit here at mitt.uib we will discuss in our solution discussion, so it might even be to your benefit to make it look nice.
Note that the submission must be accepted by the INF237 course judge on Kattis before you submit it. You do not need to submit Kattio.java if you have used that.
Can't change a rubric once you've started using it.