# Analysis of the network-wide ultra-detailed Blue Bridge Cup test questions | Find the treasure of C station

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Many small partners have privately sent me how to learn about algorithm knowledge in software development, and what competitions should I participate in for algorithm training. Many have also asked me some knowledge about ACM and the Blue Bridge Cup.

Compared with the Blue Bridge Cup, the entry barrier for ACM is relatively high. It is impossible for friends to enter ACM at once, so I generally recommend that they use the Blue Bridge Cup as a competition platform for algorithm learning.

**The first is that the entry threshold is relatively low. Whether it is a higher vocational school or an undergraduate graduate student, as long as you sign up for it, you are eligible. The competition is divided into:** c/c++ university group A, c/c++ university group B, c/c++ university group C, Java university group A, Java university group B, java university group C, a total of 6 groups. Each player can only apply to participate in one of the competitions. Each category will be awarded separately.

**Different colleges and universities have different entry requirements** . Undergraduates from a college (985, 211) can only **apply to** Group A of the university. Postgraduate students of all institutions can only apply to the University Group A. Undergraduates from other undergraduate colleges can choose University Group A or University Group B by themselves. Other higher vocational and technical colleges can choose to apply for any group.

**The second is that the algorithmic knowledge covered in it is more commonly used, and it is basically available in our daily development or learning.**

In the Blue Bridge Cup competition, the content of the C language and Java group inspections is similar, but there are some differences. **In the C language group, the basic knowledge frequently tested are as follows:**

In the Java group, the research is more inclined to object-oriented development, **so the basic research on the language is slightly different:**

However, in terms of mathematics knowledge, the Blue Bridge Cup covers almost all professional mathematics in the computer major. The frequently used mathematics knowledge mainly includes the following subjects. Is it familiar to you, **but when preparing for the Blue Bridge Cup competition, I don't recommend that you review these courses one by one, but just look at which part of the knowledge you use when brushing the algorithm questions.**

Finally, since it is an algorithm competition, the content of the inspection is of course inseparable from the algorithm, **and the inspection of the algorithm is mainly focused on the commonly used algorithms.**

In the form of examination questions, there are three types of questions: result fill in the blanks, code fill in the blanks and programming questions. There is a certain gradient in the degree of difficulty.

Because the content and topics of the C language group and the Java group are basically the same, here is a summary of the real questions and detailed explanations of the Java group in recent years.

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**Column link: https://blog.csdn.net/weixin_44985880/category_10724889.html**

**Columns Friends Chain**

**The Real Questions and Analysis of Lanqiao Cup**

[Daily Blue Bridge] 1. "Guess Age" in the Java Group for the 13th Provincial Games

[Daily Blue Bridge] 10, 13 years of provincial competition Java group real question "cut the grid"

[Daily Blue Bridge] The real question of the 12th and 13th provincial Java group "Revitalize China"

**The Real Questions and Analysis of the Blue Bridge Cup in 2014**

[Daily Blue Bridge] 19, 2014 Provincial Tournament Java Group Real Question "Martial Arts Cheats"

[Daily Lanqiao] 20, 2014 provincial competition Java group real question "Cut noodles"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 21. Four-year provincial Java group real question "Guess the letter"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 22. Four-year provincial Java group real question "Strange Fraction"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 23. Four-year provincial Java group real question "Poker Sequence"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 24. Four years of provincial competition Java group real question "Split Candy"

**The Real Questions and Analysis of the Lanqiao Cup in the Past Five Years**

[Daily Blue Bridge] 25. One-five-year provincial Java group real question "The cube becomes itself"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 26. One-five-year provincial Java group real question "Three Sheep Offerings"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 28. One-five-year provincial Java group real question "Nine array scores"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 30, 15 years provincial Java group real question "total number of cards"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 32. One-five years provincial Java group real question "base dice"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 33. One-five-year provincial Java group real title "Tree of Life"

**The Real Questions and Analysis of the 2016 Lanqiao Cup**

[Daily Blue Bridge] 34. 2016 Provincial Competition Java Group Real Question "Number of Briquettes"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 35, 2016 provincial competition Java group real question "Birthday Candle"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 36, 2016 provincial competition Java group real question "make up formula"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 37, 2016 provincial competition Java group real question "sub-group"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 38 and 2016 provincial competition Java group real question "drawing"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 39, 2016 provincial competition Java group real question "fill in the squares"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 40, 2016 provincial competition Java group real question "cut stamps"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 41.16 Provincial Java Group Real Question "Sum of Four Squares"

**The Real Questions and Analysis of the Lanqiao Cup in 2017**

[Daily Blue Bridge] 44. The real question of the 2017 provincial Java group "Card Triangle"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 45.17 Provincial Competition Java Group Real Question "Pressure Calculation"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 46.17 Provincial Competition Java Group Real Question "Magic Cube State"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 47.17 Provincial Competition Java Group Real Question "Take Digits"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 49.17 Provincial Java Group Real Question "Date Issue"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 51.17 Provincial Competition Java Group Zhenti "Chocolate"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 52.17 Provincial Tournament Java Group Real Question "K Times Interval"

**The 18th Lanqiao Cup Real Questions and Analysis**

[Daily Blue Bridge] 53.18 Provincial Competition Java Group Real Question "Grid Counting"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 54.18 Provincial Competition Java Group Real Question "Plural Power"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 55.18 Provincial Java Group Zhenti "Test Times"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 56.18 Provincial Java Group Real Questions "Quick Sort"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 57.18 Provincial Java Group Real Question "Incremental Triad"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 58.18 Provincial Java Group Real Question "Spiral Broken Line"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 59.18 Provincial Competition Java Group Real Question "Log Statistics"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 60 and 18 Provincial Games Java Group Real Question "Global Warming"

[Daily Blue Bridge] 61.18 Provincial Java Group Real Question "Count of Heaps"

**The Real Questions and Analysis of the Lanqiao Cup in 19**

[Daily Blue Bridge] 62. 19 Provincial Competition Java Group Real Question "Teaming"

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