There will be free prizes, food, tons of fun and it's an excellent way to get to know the community! During the contest, snacks will be provided. Lunch and solutions happen immediately after the contest.
The prizes will be $75, $50, and $25 for first, second, and third place in the live event.
As the academic year comes to an end, we'll be holding our final DMOPC in the form of the Don Mills Programming Gala.
This event will take place at Don Mills C.I. on Tuesday, April 24th.
The contest will be split into three divisions of increasing difficulty, with prizes awarded to the top competitors. For interested competitors unable to attend the on-site event, we will also be hosting mirrors of the divisions, open for anyone to participate in.
Space is limited, so sign up soon! More details and registration options may be found here. You can find the results of last year's DMPG here.
Thanks for joining us at TLE February. Unfortunately, there was a error with 6th problem in the contest. kobortor sincerely apologizes for this mistake. If you feel like you have been significantly impacted by this error, please message @kobortor on the DMOJ slack.
Meanwhile, congratulations to the winners of the contest:
All problems from this year's CCC have been added. You may access them here.
Editorials for most problems can be found on their respective pages — please remember to use these editorials only when stuck, as copy-pasting code from them will see you permanently banned from submitting that problem.
We welcome you to this year's Valentine's Day Contest!
Unfortunately, due to the date of the Canadian Computing Contest being on the 14th, the Valentine's Day Contest will be running on the 11th of February. This contest will have cuteness and love themed problems to help contestants enjoy this celebration of love. Because the CCC is coming up, the Valentine's Day Contest will be in CCC format, with two divisions, with five problems each to solve in 3 hours. The window will open at 9AM EST on the 11th and will run till midnight.