So a quick question regarding the increased candy if the neighboring kids and lower ratings.

Assuming we have a set of children like this:

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[ 0, 2, 1]
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In this case would the child be receiving 1 or 2 pieces of candy? Technically the child has a higher rating than their neighbors, however since it's larger than either neighbor *and* one of the neighbors is larger than the other, I'm assuming 2, however I can see 1 being the correct answer as well.

I want to avoid spoiling the solution for myself, so I figured I would ask here exactly what they meant as far as how ratings and their neighbors affect the total amount of candy that's supposed to be given out. Thanks!