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getting_started [2009/08/23 17:10]
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getting_started [2009/08/25 11:30]
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     * you are encouraged to read through the weekly chapter before each class;     * you are encouraged to read through the weekly chapter before each class;
     * we may hold one or two separate "​practice contests"​ toward the end of the semester; and     * we may hold one or two separate "​practice contests"​ toward the end of the semester; and
-    * plan on attending the ACM Intercollegiate ​Programming Contest on Saturday, October 31, 2009.+    * plan on attending the ACM International Collegiate ​Programming Contest on Saturday, October 31, 2009.
   - When solving problems...   - When solving problems...
     * Course requirement:​ Discussions are fine, but write your own code.     * Course requirement:​ Discussions are fine, but write your own code.
     * Contest requirement:​ Using books (especially the text) is OK, but no web searching (for class use, it is OK to search language reference materials).     * Contest requirement:​ Using books (especially the text) is OK, but no web searching (for class use, it is OK to search language reference materials).
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     * [[http://​www.programming-challenges.com|Programming Challenges]]. ​ Join classroom number 817, CS390JK.     * [[http://​www.programming-challenges.com|Programming Challenges]]. ​ Join classroom number 817, CS390JK.
     * [[http://​uva.onlinejudge.org|UVA Online Judge]].     * [[http://​uva.onlinejudge.org|UVA Online Judge]].
-  - Set up directory ​directory structure and programming environment:​+  - Set up directory structure and programming environment:​
     * Use one directory for each problem (named, e.g., by the problem number).     * Use one directory for each problem (named, e.g., by the problem number).
     * Choose C, C++, or Java.     * Choose C, C++, or Java.
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