Future Contests: Speed Coding

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    i'm in programming class, can't do jack atm.

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    no way i can code in this, i broke my left arm n only have one typing hand.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    no way i can code in this, i broke my left arm n only have one typing hand.
    Yep, The dillhole fell of his chair! Can you believe it!
    Last edited by Travis Dane; 02-16-2003 at 12:11 PM.
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    when did i fall??? u guys keep saying that, wtf did i miss!?

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    Originally posted by RoD
    when did i fall??? u guys keep saying that, wtf did i miss!?
    Aaah nevermind, Are we going to hear a contest date anytime
    soon?

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    Next weekend, speed coding in #cprogramming.com. I was away all this weekend, that's why there was no contest. Also, i'll try and get a regular contest started soon.

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    Speed coding in #cprogramming.com on DALnet at 10PM GMT, Saturday February 23rd. Anyone who wants to judge, get your name in. If you want to compete, simply show up, a list of names will be compiled at runtime.

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    I liked the speed coding contest.

    I'd like more contests like that one.
    Last edited by Sang-drax : Tomorrow at 02:21 AM. Reason: Time travelling

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    Yea, I definately enjoyed it too (though it took me 6 hours to complete the damn thing )

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    Originally posted by Sang-drax
    I liked the speed coding contest.

    I'd like more contests like that one.
    Duh, If you already know how to do it
    Hope next time we have something more universal so noone
    has an advantage by knowing how to do it and knowing all
    of HTML tags...

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    You didn't have to know all HTML tags.
    My entry just assumes that everything inside <> is a tag.
    That way is better, because the program doesn't have to be updated when a new HTML standard is released.

    Eibro should have specified that the document title was the text between <title> and </title>, but that was confirmed in the chat during the contest.

    Also, Eibro was online during the contest and ready to answer your questions.
    Last edited by Sang-drax : Tomorrow at 02:21 AM. Reason: Time travelling

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    I'm still puzzling how you got it finished so damn quick!
    I guess we'll see...

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    What was the contest about? I missed the chat session.

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    We had to design a html interpreter. A html file was read into argv[1] and was to be searched indicating each html tag found, and how many times. I think that was it i may have forgot something.

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    Originally posted by RoD
    We had to design a html interpreter. A html file was read into argv[1] and was to be searched indicating each html tag found, and how many times. I think that was it i may have forgot something.
    That's right, And therefor i had a big disadvantage because i
    don't deal with algorithm's (at least these kinds) that much.
    I could've have easely created it but if drax finished already i'm
    not going to waste my time writing one. I will compete in the
    next one hoping to have a subject more to my liking.

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