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By IanDeHaan, history, 2 months ago, In English

The University of Calgary would like to invite you to participate in the open division of the Calgary Collegiate Programming Contest 2023.

The contest starts on April 1st at noon Mountain Time.

The open division will be held on Kattis at ccpc23.kattis.com. There is a button on the Kattis contest page which you can use to self-register.

The format for teams competing in person is a team-of-<=3 five-hour contest with one computer. Those participating in the open division are encouraged to replicate these conditions as closely as possible (since this is what the contest was designed for), but this may not be possible or wanted for some. Teams/individuals competing in the open division are not bound by the same rules as those competing in-person. Note that there are no prizes for the open division.

The difficulty of the contest will be comparable to some of the easier NA ICPC regionals such as rocky mountain regional. To get a better idea of the expected difficulty, you can view the problems from last year.

Note that I am not involved with the organization of the contest, and am posting this on behalf of the organizers. If you have any questions, please direct them to DanteB.

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