Weekend Programming Challenge – Week #24 Solutions


We got 13 solutions and they are on GitHub https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-24

  • 5 in C
  • 4 in Python
  • 2 in C#
  • 1 Perl
  • 1 Prolog

Weekend Programming Challenge – Week 23 – Evil code solutions


We got 6 solutions all written in C, so I nominate this Language for the most evil language 🙂


Weekend Programming Challenge – Week #22 Solutions


We received 7 solutions during the weekend:

  • 2 solutions in C#
  • 2 solutions in Python
  • 2 solutions in C++
  • 1 solution in AWK

as usual all solutions are uploaded to GitHub https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-22

Weekend Programming Challenge Issue #21 – Words Puzzle

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  • Ruby – 3
  • Python – 3
  • AWK – 2
  • C++ – 2
  • C – 2
  • C# – 2

The solutions are on GitHub as usual https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-21 Have fun and do not forget to participate as there will be new ranking list at Issue-30 and you have chances to get the WPC official T-shirt 🙂

Weekend Programming Challenge Issue #19 – SOLUTIONS


We got 8 solutions in 7 different languages: AWK, Python, C, C#, C++, PHP, Pascal.

Glad to see Pascal is not dead 🙂

As usual all solutions can be seen at https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-19

Weekend Programming Challenge, Issue #17 – Solutions


We got 7 solutions this weekend: x2 solutions done in PHP, Python and C++ and one done in Perl.

They are uploaded as usual at GitHub: https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-17

Weekend Programming Challenge Issue-14 – Solutions


We got 6 submissions, 3 in C, 2 in Python, 1 in C#

C solutions based on mpfr outperform others with the 10 000 digits calculations.

The solutions are on GitHub as usual https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-14.

Weekend Programming Challenge Issue-12, Solutions


Although this challenge looks simple it’s not very easy to be implemented.

We got only 15 solutions during the weekend: 7 Pythons,  3 C, 2 bash, 1 C#, 1 AWK, 1 Java.

The solutions are uploaded at GitHub and waiting you to see them 🙂 https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-12

Weekend Programming Challenge, Issue-11 – Solution


The solution of this Problem is the good old flood fill algorithm.

Python is dominating this time, out of 10 solutions we got 6 were written in Python, 2 in C# and 2 in C++.

Here are all submissions: https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-11

Weekend programming challenge issue-8 solutions


Here are the Solutions for Issue#8, enjoy them! https://github.com/OLIMEX/WPC/tree/master/ISSUE-8

Although it seems simple on first sight this is really hard to implement for a weekend when you get into details, so congratulations to all who submitted solution!

The exotics this time is the solution written in linux shell language, I would never think this is possible before I saw it 🙂

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