Voilà (j'ai transformé le "jeux" de la fin en "software", puisque le sujet est libre... Il faudrait le changer dans la version française)
Each competitor must respect all terms of the contract, otherwise his software will not be accepted.
Only BASIC, extended BASIC and Z80 assembly software for TI 82/83/83+/84+ will be accepted.
The program will be zipped and sent before the evening of 31/07/2006 with all files needed to make it work. A readme file is hoped.
You're allowed to make a program which need several files to work.
Any plagiarism will be punished (his author will be expelled).
The program musn't be released before the open day of contest, however you can release it during competition.
Each competitor can only have one program in competition.
Judges can't have a program in competition in the category they have to judge.
Size is not limited, but the size optimizing is evaluated.
There are 3 categories :
_ pure BASIC, using only natural calculators' BASIC instructions.
_ extended BASIC, using TI-BASIC with libraries (like XLib...)
_ assembly, which can be nostub or not, but entirely in assembly (you can, of course, use ROMCALLS).
It is free. While they respect rules of the contest, competitors have a total freedom about the theme of their program.
Each judge will test all programs of the category they have to judge, and an overall of the marks (or grades if you're american
) will be done to give to the program its final mark (or grade...).
Any bug (discovered
) will be punished.
There is the scale :
Interest : 7
lifetime : 6
Speed : 5
Graphical quality : 4
Easiness of using : 4
Size/program : 3 (it's the size compared with program)
Originality : 3
Total will be 32 points.