WireWorld - call for entries

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    WireWorld - call for entries

    Well, it's nearly the end of September, I guess it's time to see what you've all come up with in response to WireWorld

    Post your entries to salem AT cprogramming.com and reply to this thread so that I know who's entered.

    Remember - a zip file named after your username (eg. Salem.zip) containing the following
    - a readme.txt (optional)
    - source code
    - example input files (optional)
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    Well, I've sent mine. :o) *waits nervously*
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    Sent mine

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    I sent my non-Linux entry -- someone's got to lose!
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    Have I lost yet?
    abachler: "A great programmer never stops optimizing a piece of code until it consists of nothing but preprocessor directives and comments "

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    He's probably going through the hex

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    I'm hoping to get through them this weekend - it's been a busy month @work
    If you dance barefoot on the broken glass of undefined behaviour, you've got to expect the occasional cut.
    If at first you don't succeed, try writing your phone number on the exam paper.
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    No hurry. I figured you were busy and just wanted to prompt a response to make sure there wasn't anything wrong. I just hope I remembered to send you the unobfuscated version... heehee
    abachler: "A great programmer never stops optimizing a piece of code until it consists of nothing but preprocessor directives and comments "

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