South Central USA Regional Programming Contest
||November 2-3, 2001
Events will start Friday evening and continue until the banquet Saturday Night.
||Louisiana State University
Events will be held in various buildings. More specific information will be added.
Registration is $125 before October 13, $190 after that date - register early! Registration fees cover three contestants and one coach. Alternates may attend for a cost of $30. Guests just for the banquet are $15.
||We will provide Pentium-class systems running Windows NT (or 2000). Each team will be provided one system for use during the contest. We will attempt to make each system as equal as possible (typical system is an IBM pentium-based system running at 500 MHz or better, with a 17-inch monitor).Each team will be provided one system for use during the contest.
||We currently have installed and will have available the following languages:
Other than these products, the systems will have only a base Windows install. If you desire other tools, please let us know (such as editors). We will endeavor to provide an environment as close as possible to the environment that the International Contest requires.
- IBM Visual Age C/C++
- IBM Java (gui and SDK)
- Borland Delphi
||We plan to use the PC^2 software as we did last year.
More details will be provided as they are determined and/or requested.
- As final costs are determined, prices for alternates and guests may be adjusted.
- ACM International Contest requires that teams be exactly three members (teams of two are not allowed). We will follow this guideline.
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