HAXPQ: Reverse Engineering 0 / 200 points Closes Oct. 14, 2012

We give you a binary program. You tell us how it works.

Hold'em Ranking Challenge 0 / 200 points Closes June 23, 2012

In this challenge we're going to see how well you can analyze a hand of cards and determine its relative ranking. This is a beta-challenge to test the new features of proggitquiz.

N-coloring grid with no monochromatic rectangles 0 / 200 points Completed Feb. 29, 2012

Assign one of N colors to a X by Y grid such that there are no monochromatic rectangles within that grid.

Reverse Boggle Challenge 0 / 200 points Completed Jan. 22, 2012

Boggle is a game where given a 4×4 grid of random letters, you are asked to identify as many words as you can by chaining letters together. This problem is about writing a reverse Boggle solver.

Roman Numerals Mini Challenge 0 / 200 points Completed Aug. 6, 2011

This challenge is all about Roman Numerals! While chatting about software interviews on IRC, someone recounted being asked to convert between roman and arabic up on the whiteboard. Let's see how everyone else does.

Word Ladders Mini Challenge 0 / 200 points Completed Oct. 29, 2010

There are nearly 6000 five-letter words in the English language. For two given words in the dictionary, we can transform one into the other using a word ladder, where a single letter is changed at a time and all intervening steps are also valid english words.

Bacon Graph 0 / 200 points Completed July 17, 2010

New Graph City, a bustling metropolis, is planning on adding some new bacon dispensers to serve the residents. You see, the citizens of NGC have developed an insatiable addiction to bacon as part of a government plot to control the population with delicious breakfast foods.

Decoder Ring 0 / 200 points Completed May 28, 2010

Remember those decoder rings that you'd get in cereal boxes as a kid? Those were 1-to-1 substitution ciphers. They let you encode and decode messages so that your bratty friends/siblings couldn't eavesdrop on your secrets.

Dice Notation 0 / 200 points Completed Jan. 7, 2010

In role-playing games, there is often a need to resolve the outcome of actions using random numbers. In tabletop games, this is usually accomplished by using a variety of dice. The number and type of dice are often specified by using a type of "dice notation".

HAXPQ: Reverse Engineering 0 / 200

We give you a binary program. You tell us how it works.

Hold'em Ranking Challenge 0 / 200

In this challenge we're going to see how well you can analyze a hand of cards and determine its relative ranking. This is a beta-challenge to test the new features of proggitquiz.


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