# 1. Title

## 1. Title Description

_Xiaoli will
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target, assuming Xiaoli purchases only two parts, requires that the cost of purchasing the parts do not exceed the budget, ask him how many purchasing options he has.

_Sample input: nums = [2,5,3,5], target = 6

_Sample output: 8

## 2. Infrastructure

- The basic framework code given in the C language version is as follows:

int purchasePlans(int* nums, int numsSize, int target){}

## 3. Topic Link

LeetCode LCP 28. Purchase proposal

# 2. Problem-solving Report

## 1. Idea Analysis

_1) First, sort all purchasing options;

_2) Enumerate one of them
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now=nums[i]；

_3) The goal is to find
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X>target_now is the green part;

_4) Find the right red boundary using the binary enumeration
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## 2. Time Complexity

_Total time complexity is O ( n l o g 2 n ) O(nlog_2n) O(nlog2n).

## 3. Code Details

/************** Binary Find Array Template************/ /* 1)The array of parameters is satisfied: red, red, red, red, green, green, green; 2)Return value: left boundary of green section; */ int isGreen(int val, int x); int binarySearch(int *arr, int arrSize, int x) { int l = -1, r = arrSize; int mid; while(l + 1 < r) { mid = l + (r - l) / 2; if( isGreen(arr[mid], x) ) r = mid; else l = mid; } return r; } /************** Binary Find Array Template************/ int isGreen(int val, int x) { return val > x; } #define mod 1000000007 int cmp(const void *a, const void *b) { return *((int *)a) - *((int *)b); } int purchasePlans(int* nums, int numsSize, int target){ int i, base, size, green, red; int sum = 0; qsort(nums, numsSize, sizeof(int), cmp); // (1) for(i = 0; i < numsSize - 1; ++i) { // (2) base = i+1; size = numsSize - base; green = binarySearch(nums + base, size, target - nums[i]); // (3) red = green - 1; // (4) sum += red + 1; // (5) if( sum >= mod ) sum -= mod; } return sum; }

- ( 1 ) (1) (1) Sorting becomes ordered;
- ( 2 ) (2) (2) Enumerate the small number;
- ( 3 ) (3) (3) Adding an offset to the array search;
- ( 4 ) (4) (4) Calculate the red boundary;
- ( 5 ) (5) (5) The red boundary + 1 is the number of numbers that satisfy the condition;

# 3. Small knowledge of the subject

Linear enumeration with binary enumeration is a common method to solve problems.

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_Overview of the general problem set:

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