Contest Rules

  • The competition will be held in two rounds, one qualification round and one final round.

  • Everyone can join the elimination round of the competition. But only undergraduate students from Turkey can participate in the final round. Groups must show their student certificates to participate in the final round.

  • You can participate in the competition individually or as a team. Teams can consist of up to 3 people.

  • Contest will be online, on this site.

  • The elimination round of the contest will start on Saturday, April 29th at 12:00 and finish on Sunday, April 30th at 23:59, lasting 36 hours in total.

  • The final round of the contest will be on Saturday, June 10th. The details will be announced later.

  • The contest is a competitive programming contest whose format will be similar to the ACM ICPC's format. The goal is to solve the given problems as fast as possible with the given time and memory constraints.

  • Competitors who brute-force the judge system, plagiarise or take advantage of the possible bugs of the system will be disqualified.

  • The top 14 teams among those participating in the qualification round will be eligible to participate in the final stage. The final stage team count can go up to 20 if the scores of participating teams are close.

  • Teams that are participating in the finals must comply with competition rules. METU Computer Club has the right not to invite teams to the final stage, provided that a reason is given.

  • The group members participating in the qualification and the final round must be the same, i.e. a group cannot change members after the qualification round.

  • You can use the languages specified on this page in the competition. For detailed information you can go to this address.

  • METU Computer Club keeps the right to change the rules of the contest.

Supported Languages

  • C
  • C# (Mono)
  • C++ 11/14/17
  • Dart
  • Fortran
  • Go
  • Haskell
  • Java 8/11/15
  • JavaScript
  • Kotlin
  • Lisp
  • NASM
  • PHP 7
  • Perl
  • Prolog
  • PyPy 2
  • PyPy 3
  • Python 2
  • Python 3
  • Racket
  • Ruby 2
  • Rust


  • Does it matter which department/university I study?
  • No, there is no such prerequisite in order to participate.

  • Are there any prerequisites for winning prizes?
  • Yes, there is only one requirement to receive a prize: Everyone on your team should be an associate or undergraduate student.

  • What are my options if the programming language I want to use is not in the valid programming language list?
  • You can contact us. If we deem it proper, you may use it.

  • How can I participate?
  • To participate, all you have to do is to fill in the application form until April 26th.


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