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Posted on 12-12-06 00:50
public class JavaChallenges
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public static void main(String[] args)
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System.out.println("WE NEED JAVA CHALLENGES!")
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Posted on 12-12-06 01:32
heh, maybe programming challenges in general. not just java. i've suggested this before, but it normally is turned down because of too much work judging.
if the admins here want i have a way to automate this process so it doesnt require checking and it can be done with code. if anyone reads this and is intrsted let me know.


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Posted on 12-12-06 01:51
I could help out too. I know a lot of Java.
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Posted on 12-12-06 02:03
my way however works for any language.


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Posted on 12-12-06 03:38
The problem is, there is usually more then one way to accomplish any task. Thus, its hard to automate the checking of the code. It might be right, and just not the same way someone else did it.


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Posted on 12-12-06 04:20
that's whats good about the way i have it.
instead of doing it like check the code or anything...you check the output based on inputs.
i used to compete at computer science programming competitions and thats how it was done...you dont look at the code, just the output. you give sample input, but different input for the actual one so that printf cant just be used...



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Posted on 12-12-06 17:10
J-Wreck wrote:
The problem is, there is usually more then one way to accomplish any task. Thus, its hard to automate the checking of the code. It might be right, and just not the same way someone else did it.


It can also work kinda like the logical challenges.