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Code Contest

 Hey programmers,this page is all for you.

If you love coding and want exciting stuff in return for your codes,then read this else leave the page.
I started the code contest to pay the really eligible programmers for writing their codes.

ABOUT THE CONTEST-

In this contest a program will be asked to you and you need to write the code for that problem in JAVA and C++ only.

After writing the code and compiling it all you need is to upload your code to me at my email address - mohitsinghpro001@gmail.com.

For JAVA Programmers- You need to upload the *.java file of your code and be sure it works on the command prompt (Windows) or Terminal (Linux) of your computer. Codes not running here won't be considered as executable.

For C++ Programmers- You need to upload the any of these files- *.c or *.c++ or *.cpp file and make sure its object code (*.o) runs on your C/C++ compiler like GNU compiler or Windows compiler.

SPAMMERS BEWARE- IF YOU TRY TO SPAM THEN YOU WILL BE PERMANENTLY BLOCKED AND WOULD NEVER BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CONTEST IN THE FUTURE.


Rules-
  • One question will be asked per week.
  • Only first five programmers to submit their codes will be valid for the offers and prizes.

Prizes and Offers-
The first five people to submit the file as mentioned will be eligible for the prizes.You will also need to submit a photograph of yours.


Prizes include-
  • Your photograph and name on this contest page and a brief introduction of you (in almost 50 words) on the website.
  • An ebook will be provided to all the participants winning here which would be related to OS tips and tricks,coding techniques and many more.

So what are you waiting for.Upload your code quickly and get your photograph and introduction here.
For your privacy concerned ,you will choose what you want to be written about yourself and for more on privacy read our privacy policy page.

Week 17 Winners-


Ashutosh Pandey


Ashutosh Pandey-A complete stud and dipped person in computer codes.

Contest Question-

Week 18 -(05-10-2015 to 12-10-2015)

Program- Write a code to print a fraction into recurring decimal number.Example- If fraction is 5/3 then its recurring decimal is 1.666666... so it should be displayed as 1.(6) and so on. Keep in mind that the recurring decimal can be of order 1.657657... or something like this which should give the output as 1.(657).