We're excited to invite you to Another Contest 5, the first rated contest to be run under the new AtCoder format!
This contest format is slightly different from the format used for other contests, so please see the contest
page for all the technical details.
Anyone with a DMOJ account is welcome to participate, and anyone without one is welcome to register and participate. Contestants may participate in any 2-hour window on the weekend of July 20th.
After a nearly year-long hiatus, we're excited to announce the 2018-19 Trudeau Logic Evaluation!
The problem setters of this contest are eric574, Darcy_Liu, and __, the current leaders of the Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School Computer Science Club. But don't fret, as all problems have been tested and approved by ZQFMGB12 and d!
Editorials for each of the problems have been uploaded to the respective problem pages.
We hope you enjoyed the contest, and see you next year!
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 Thursday, April 25th.
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.
We welcome you to this year's Valentine's Day Contest! Because the CCC is coming up, the Valentine's Day Contest will be in CCC format, with two divisions, each with five problems each to solve in 3 hours, with a maximum of 50 submissions per problem. The window will open at 9AM EST on the 14th and will run until 9PM on the 16th.
We'll be running both junior and senior divisions. Please see the respective contest pages for more details.
The Canadian Computing Competition is in just over a month! Once again,
a mock CCC has been prepared for individuals wishing to get additional
practice for the CCC.
The first mock CCC this year will run during the weekend of January 19th.
The junior and senior divisions do not share any problems, so
you can participate in both if you want additional practice! Although
we announced beforehand that the senior contest would be rated, it will
no longer be rated.
We expect all contestants to write the mock CCC under real CCC conditions.
Please read the rules on the contest page to ensure that you are in compliance.
In particular, we would like to remind all contestants that you may not use
any pre-written code.