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 Post subject: MPC Rules
PostPosted: Wed 02 Mar, 2005 7:33 pm 
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http://calcwebzine.com/private/competition.htm

it could show up a little weird in some browsers, since it is generated by word (i wrote it in a word document, that's why) it works in IE and firefox though...

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PostPosted: Wed 02 Mar, 2005 8:25 pm 
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We only have less than 2 months??!!! Man... *enormous sigh* *leaves forum, goes search for some crazy guy who kills him, to free him from his difficulties*

EDIT: And subject Demo/Animation? Omg... *wishes to die*

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Yeah I saw the animation was the winner, to i thought it was suppose to be kept quiet for 4 more days. ehh...whatever.

**starts coding**

edit: Can it be for any 83+ compatible calc, I mean if I want to make something for the SE could I?
Just curious. Rules only said .8xp.

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PostPosted: Wed 02 Mar, 2005 8:48 pm 
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The winner gets a Maxcoderz programming Competition T-shirt? That's cool! Are there going to be two winners, one for basic and one for assembly? Or will basic and asm be one competition?

Aren't you supposed to not tell the subject until the poll expires?

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PostPosted: Wed 02 Mar, 2005 9:26 pm 
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It's a strange situation... I need some feedback on the rules... regular visitor's have some short advantatage...

only one shirt will be given away. the basic winner and asm winner will compete against each other... the winner of that will get the shirt

asm games has to run at least on both 83 and 83+... but you could make a SE version aswell

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The rules seem pretty fair, but that tshirt design needs some work. Maybe we can have a design contest for the "Official Maxcoderz Programming Contest T-Shirt". Hehe. :lol:


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PostPosted: Thu 03 Mar, 2005 2:27 am 
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BASIC entries are allowed to use one of the following BASIC enhancement tools (libraries)

So ONLY one, or just stating that the list shows allowed ones? I probably won't enter in the competition at all though, I've got way too much going on :P

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blueskies wrote:
The rules seem pretty fair, but that tshirt design needs some work. Maybe we can have a design contest for the "Official Maxcoderz Programming Contest T-Shirt". Hehe. :lol:
Which designs? :roll: :wink:
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So ONLY one, or just stating that the list shows allowed ones?
The last one... though you propably won't use more than one anwyay :wink:

I guess there are no complains, so I will set the version to final version :)

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hehe sorry, were we not supposed to see those yet? ;) I just can't help digging around.


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blueskies wrote:
hehe sorry, were we not supposed to see those yet? ;) I just can't help digging around.
there is no spoon :P anyway, I deleted them already

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I will be entering. I only wish I could have some ideas to make, I can't find any sites which list effects.

And I want the MPC to last 3 months!

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Well i wonder how many people will be entering he competition.

I dont remember reading anything about a shell either. Are these to be tios compatible programs only?

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tr1p1ea wrote:
Well i wonder how many people will be entering he competition.

I dont remember reading anything about a shell either. Are these to be tios compatible programs only?
As long as it is runable on both 83 and 83+... (ION shell could be used for example)

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tr1p1ea wrote:
Well i wonder how many people will be entering he competition.

I dont remember reading anything about a shell either. Are these to be tios compatible programs only?
As long as it is runable on both 83 and 83+... (ION shell could be used for example)

I suggest only ION and nostub.

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PostPosted: Thu 03 Mar, 2005 9:17 pm 
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Although I've decided not to participate, are there any rules on ExecAsm( :?: Someone could easily code something in assembly and call it in BASIC.

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