Regional Programming Challenge

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Aug 15, 2012 (4 years and 10 months ago)

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Regional Programming Challenge

Rules and Mechanics



1

Language of the
Challenge

1.1

The language of the challenge is
English

1.2

All written challenge materials will be in English

2

Team Composition

2.1

A team consists of three (3) bona
-
fide undergraduate students with
a

4
-
year or 5
-
year program of a higher institution recognized by
CHED.

2.2

The students must be enrolled in the current school year of 200
9
-
2
010
.

2.3

A team can have one coach. The coach can be a faculty member
or an official of the participating institution
.

2.4

A te
am can
bring
alternates in case
an
untoward
incident occurs
.

2.5

An institution can register more than one team.

2.6

A PhP 60
0.00 registration fee shall be collected from each team.

3

Conduct of the Contest

3.1

The teams will be given
three hours to solve 6 problems
.

3.2

Af
ter the allotted time, the judges will check the solutions of the
teams by using a set of test cases.

3.3

A solution is deemed correct or accepted if it satisfies all the test
cases. The team will be given one poi
nt for each accepted
solution.


3.4

Contestants a
re not allowed to talk to anyone except
to members

of their team and to a designated staff provided by the organizers.

Violators of this rule will render the team disqualified.

4

Environment of the Challenge

4.1

The programming languages of the challenge are c/
c++ and java.
The
teams may choose just one of these

in solving all the
problems.

The IDE for c/c++ is Microsoft Visual Studio and
JCreator
/NetBeans

for java.

4.2

Each team will use a single machine.

5

Ranking

5.1

The team with the highest score wins the challenge
.

5.2

Teams with the same score shall be ranked by least total time.

6

Certificates and Awards

6.1

Certificates of Participation shall be given to all the contestants and
coaches.

6.2

Trophies, m
edals and cash prizes shall be awarded to the top 3
teams.



(Adapted from

CSP’s ICPC
)