The Wright State University Chapter of the Association of Computing Machinery will host its second annual high school programming contest from 9:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. May 12 on the university campus.
Contestants will be challenged to solve as many programming problems as possible in a limited time period Participants will be divided into teams of two or three students. Students can choose their team or be randomly grouped into teams .
Each team will be provided access to one computer and the appropriate software needed to develop solutions to programming problems using either the Java or C++ languages.
Students may pre-register online at here.
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