CodeDevils Spring 2019
Weekly coding challenges for CodeDevils @ ASU
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Coding competition for the CodeDevils club at Arizona State University for the Fall 2018 semester:
Easy challenges will only be available for a week at a time.
Medium challenges will be availble for 2-4 weeks at a time.
Difficult challenges will be available for at least one month, at most the entirety of the contest.
First, second, and third place will be recognized for outstanding participation and include a CodeDevils t-shirt, or other CodeDevils item.
Other recognitions and mentions may be given throughout the semester, so keep plugging away and collecting points!
The creator of this contest is solely responsible for setting and communicating the eligibility requirements associated with prizes awarded to participants, as well as for procurement and distribution of all prizes. The contest creator holds HackerRank harmless from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, costs, awards, settlements, orders, or fines.
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The creator of this contest is solely responsible for setting and communicating the eligibility requirements associated with regard to recognition items awarded to participants, as well as procurement and distribution of all items. The contest creator holds HackerRank harmelss from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, costs, awards, settlements, orders, or fines.
Code directly from our platform, which supports over 30 languages. Learn more here
Don't look up solutions! If you are struggling, ask for help in the #codingchallenges channel on our Slack.
Each challenge has a pre-determined score.
A participant’s score depends on the number of test cases a participant’s code submission successfully passes.
If a participant submits more than one solution per challenge, then the participant’s score will reflect the highest score achieved. In a game challenge, the participant's score will reflect the last code submission.
Participants are ranked by score. If two or more participants achieve the same score, then the tie is broken by the total time taken to submit the last solution resulting in a higher score