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Prize money worth INR 87500


Picture this. The best brains in the world competing against you, coding against time to compile their most efficient programs. For those looking for a worldwide exposure of your coding skills, BYTECODE ‘13 sets the stage for you. Fight it out against competitors from different countries, and try to wrest the mantle of Top Coder.
Start Time: 3rd March 2013, 8 PM IST
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Here are the prize winners of Bytecode '13. Congratulations! The ranklist has been prepared after removing the penalties caused due to problems on our side. 

One member from each of the following teams is requested to send a mail to with their teamname and PID.
If you dont have a PID, please register in the website, get a PID and send it to us.
 Further communication regarding the disbursement of prizes shall be done using that email ID.

Overall Winners:
1) Romka - Rs 30,000
2) Egor - Rs 20,000
3) hash_include Rs 10,000
Indian Winners
1) semicolon - Rs 5000
2) vivek20031 - Rs 4000
3) 97299 - Rs 3000
4) antesh - Rs 2000
5) mendax - Rs 1000
6) divanshugarg - Rs 1000
7) lokesh_iiita - Rs 1000
8) ash1794 - Rs 1000
9) BademiChetan - Rs 1000
10) navneet32371 - Rs 1000
NIT Trichy Top 3
1) Maddy93 - Rs 3500
2) Led_Apprentice - Rs 2500
3) sidchan - Rs 1500


• This is an online event. Participation is possible from anywhere in the world.
• Bytecode is an ACM ICPC style algorithm intensive online programming competition.
• We put up problem statements that define what the input to your program is and what it must output.
• You write programs that do the necessary processing / transformation from input to output.
• You submit the programs to our online judge (which is an automated checker).
• The Judge instantly checks if your program works fine, by testing it with several inputs.
• The Judge gives you a response.
• The objective is to solve problems and score maximal total points.


• A team may consist of a maximum of 3 members (not necessarily from the same institute).
• The final ranking is based on the total number of problems solved, ties broken by the total time consumed.
• The total time is the sum of the time consumed for each solved problem.
• The time consumed for a solved problem is the time elapsed from the beginning of the contest to the submission of the first accepted run for that problem (in minutes) plus 20 minutes for every other run for that problem before the accepted one. For an unsolved problem no time consumed is computed.
• There is no partial credit for any problem.
• After running a program against our test data, the judge produces a status message. This is also output to the user.
• List of languages allowed: C, C++, C#, Java, PHP, Perl, Ruby, Python, Haskell, Clojure and Scala.
• No system calls are allowed other than input output routines.
In case of any discrepancies, the organizers' decision will be final.


Abhishek Parthasarathy
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