Are you tired of dealing with interval assignment operations and random data in your competitive programming challenges? Look no further than the chtholly tree, a brute force data structure invented by Algha_Porthos on Codeforces.
Despite its misleading name, the chtholly tree is a powerful tool for handling these types of problems. It is often used in conjunction with std::set, which is implemented as a red-black tree.
With its ability to handle random data, the chtholly tree can achieve a complexity of O(n log log n), making it a valuable addition to any competitive programmer's toolkit.
To learn more about the chtholly tree and its implementation, check out the original blog by Algha_Porthos (link: https://codeforces.com/blog/entry/74896). You can also find helpful code snippets and resources in the Codeforces discussion thread (link: https://codeforces.com/blog/entry/74896?#comment-595609).
Don't let interval assignment operations and random data slow you down in your competitive programming challenges. Harness the power of the chtholly tree and take your skills to the next level.