Your code needs to take 'exactly' one second to run — accurate to ±0.5 milliseconds.
The input will be the number of milliseconds to wait (i.e. 1000).
No output is required.
Next: Just take it easy for a second or two!
Remove the polynomials that have positive real elements of their roots.
Return elements unique to either input
Getting the indices from a vector
Find a Pythagorean triple
Find the area of the four walls
Guess the number I'm thinking of
Nearly impossible problem
Comparison of floating-point numbers (singles)
Arrange the names in alphabetical order (2bad2)
"Percentages may not total 100 due to rounding"
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