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No matter how hard I try, I can't get my program to work from the judge program, even though it works flawlessly when I run it by itself!
The Linux binary executable doesn't run! It gives an error saying that "iWidgets" is required.
Hey, my program "PROGRAM.COM" doesn't work from the judge program!
I've had a look at the source code of the judge program. It seems that it doesn't obey all of the rules!
Is there an upper limit on the number of moves my program will need to make before receiving a score?
Will games ever involve more than two players at once?
No matter how hard I try, I can't get my program to work from the judge program, even though it works flawlessly when I run it by itself!
Try flushing stdout whenever you write anything to it. We have had some problems with programs which buffer their output.
The Linux binary executable doesn't run! It gives an error saying that "iWidgets" is required.
We have updated the Linux binary executable to fix this bug. Download it from the Testing Zone section of the site.
Hey, my program "PROGRAM.COM" doesn't work from the judge program!
On Windows machines we have found that the judge program doesn't behave properly if the ".COM" filename extension is uppercase. Please change it to lowercase and try again. That is, please re-name your program to "PROGRAM.com" or "program.com".
I've had a look at the source code of the judge program. It seems that it doesn't obey all of the rules!
You're right, but we've since updated it (see the Testing Zone for the new downloads). The judge program will continue to evolve, and we'll release updates periodically.
Is there an upper limit on the number of moves my program will need to make before receiving a score?
No, but it's reasonable to assume that there won't be hundreds!
Will games ever involve more than two players at once?
No. Games will involve one or two players only.
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