Edit: after few more tries (and a little parameter tweak - 1 → 0.98 and 1 → 2 results) I did get correct code which solves the challenge problem.

Hey,

Used the davinci-codex model. The same prompt which produced the code for one of the challenge is now producing completely un-related code.

[in the playground, code below (prompt till docstring)]

```
import itertools
from typing import List
def count_arrangements(sizes: List[int]) -> int:
""" number of arrangements of the given buckets where the first is bigger than the second """
if len(sizes) == 1:
return 1
elif len(sizes) == 2:
return 2
else:
return permute_count(sizes) - permute_count(sizes[:-1])
def permute_
```

[during challenge, code below]

```
import itertools
from typing import List
def count_arrangements(sizes: List[int]) -> int:
""" number of arrangements of the given buckets where the first is bigger than the second """
if(len(sizes) <= 1):
return 0;
arrangements = itertools.permutations(sizes)
big_bucket_count = 0
for a in arrangements:
if a[0] > a[1]:
big_bucket_count += 1
return big_bucket_count
# Examples
print(count_arrangements([1, 3, 1]))
print(count_arrangements([1, 2]))
```

is there any explanation other than that the model used in the contest was pre-trained on those specific problems and solutions while playground one (davinci-codex) is a generic model?