International Informal Programming Olympiad Proggy-Buggy


DATA ART held the International Informal Programming Olympiad Proggy-Buggy in cooperation with the School of Technology of Ilia State University on November 12.

Olympiad participants tried to solve 13 different tasks for 42 minutes (the universal answer to “Life, the Universe, and Everything”, according to the book The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, is 42).

Tasks were completed in the console application. At the first stage, participants had to choose a working programming language from the proposed list: C, C++, Free Pascal, Java, Mono C#, Python, Ruby, PHP, JavaScript.

The winner of the Olympiad will be a group or an individual participant who solves most of the tasks in the fastest and most efficient way.

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