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Basic or ASM Utilitaries for 83/83+ - 89/92+/v200 calculators are allowed.
Participants will be able to submit only one program. If the author doesn't want to share his source, Jury members won't diffuse it, according to the author wishes.
#1 Group : For 83/83+ (Basic or C), the program must run on 83/83+ Calculators. Library using or external ressources is allowed, but must be created before the beginning of contest. A abusing use of routines created by others programmers is forbidden.
#2 Group : For 89/92+ (Basic or C), Library using or external ressources is allowed, but must be created before the beginning of contest. A abusing use of routines created by others programmers is forbidden.
For C Programs, a use of kernels doesn't influence the jury.
For Basic Programs, the use of "Exec" command is forbidden. The only libraries which are allowed in this Contest are Vertel and Flib.
A bin, like the Recycled Bin in Windows, [i:c55de59462]id est [/i:c55de59462]a program which could compress files (why not?), delete them, [i:c55de59462]etc.[/i:c55de59462]
3. Notation :
Programs will be judged by groups (83/83+ et 89/92+/v200) and languages (Basic, C.). Jury will appreciate a Readme file presence, or several version presence (program available for 89 and 92+/v200).
Note on 40 points. Jury members have a scale. However, bug presence is severely sanctioned, although scale doesn't care about.
Execution Velocity (10 points)
Memory Size (8 points)
Ergonomics (8 points)
Esthetism (5 points)
Control programming language (5 points)
Originalité (4 points)
4. Prix :
#1 Group Best Program Grand Prix (83/83+)
#2 Group Best Program Grand Prix (89/92+/v200)
#1 Group, C Language Best Program
#2 Group, C Language Best Program
#1 Group, Basic Language Best Program
#2 Group, Basic Language Best Program
Winners will have a [i:c55de59462]News[/i:c55de59462] in the website, about their programs, this provides advertising, then an inscription on the website, which mentions winners and links to their own programs. They will communicate their prix in their Readme.
5. Dates :
The Contest starts on the July 7, 2003 and participants can join the Contest until August 8, 2003. Participants must send their programs until August 15, 2003, in a zipped file to email@example.com.
Jury members cannot be participants.
People who want to join the Jury Contest can send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, precising the section that they want to judge.[/size:c55de59462]