CoU-BRACNet Inter University Programming Contest 2023 Mock
The contest started onand ran for 1 hour 30 minutes.
A submitted solution is called a "run" and will be accepted or rejected by judges.
Only source code submissions are allowed, no executables or other files.
The contest takes place on Toph Online Judge, and contestants can't access other websites.
Tampering with the contest platform leads to disqualification.
Contestants can seek clarifications through Toph's system.
Anomalies in test cases should be reported through the clarification system.
Contestants can't converse with others during the contest except their team and designated personnel.
The contest duration is four hours, with the possibility of extensions if needed, with timely notifications.
Teams can bring a "Team Reference Document" with specific guidelines.
Documents must be submitted for inspection on the opening day.
No electronic devices or external peripherals are allowed.
Teams can print up to 10 pages at a time, with a total limit of 50 pages.
Judges' decisions are final.
In case of any unforeseen disasters, judges may impose penalties or make suitable decisions.
Rules Regarding the Team Notebook:
1. Teams are allowed to bring a printed Team Reference Document. This document should not exceed 25 pages of reference materials and must be in A4 size, single-sided format.
2. Each page of the document should be numbered in the upper right corner and have the university name and team name printed in the upper left-hand corner.
3. Hand-written comments and corrections are allowed on the front side of pages only. The backside of each page must remain completely empty.
4. The text in the document must be readable to a person with correct eyesight without requiring magnification from a distance of 1/2 metre.
Contest Environment for CoU-BracNet IUPC:
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
python 3.8.10, g++ 10.3 (C++ 11, C++ 17, C++20 Supported), javac 17
VS Code, Sublime
Apache Netbeans, Codeblocks 20.3
This contest is formatted as per the official rules of ICPC Regional Programming Contests. See details...
You can use Bash 5.0, Brainf*ck, C# Mono 6.0, C++11 GCC 7.4, and 28 other programming languages C++14 GCC 8.3, C++17 GCC 9.2, C++20 GCC 12.1, C11 GCC 12.1, C11 GCC 9.2, Common Lisp SBCL 2.0, D8 11.8, Erlang 22.3, Free Pascal 3.0, Go 1.18, Grep 3.7, Haskell 8.6, Java 1.8, Kotlin 1.1, Lua 5.4, Node.js 10.16, Perl 5.30, PHP 7.2, PyPy 7.1 (2.7), PyPy 7.1 (3.6), Python 2.7, Python 3.11, Python 3.7, Ruby 2.7, Ruby 3.2, Rust 1.57, Swift 5.3, and Whitespace in this contest.
Be fair, be honest. Plagiarism will result in disqualification. Judges’ decisions will be final.
This contest has ended.