# Internet Problem Solving Contest

## IPSC 2014 Announcements

2014-06-19 00:10:00 UTC
Missed the contest? Didn't solve all problems? Have no fear! IPSC 2014 has been added to the Training Area. Now you can solve all the problems you didn't solve before, and even compete virtually against the original participants. As always, please report all bugs to ipscreg@ksp.sk.
2014-06-18 13:25:00 UTC
The solutions booklet has been updated.
2014-06-15 16:25:00 UTC
We have published a preliminary version of the solutions booklet. The correct outputs, solution source code, and problem E photo gallery can be found in the IPSC Archive. The final version of the booklet will be available in a few days, as well as support for IPSC 2014 in the Training Area. Did you like the contest? Our e-mail address is ipscreg@ksp.sk and we would love to hear all kinds of feedback you might have.
2014-06-15 16:05:00 UTC
The contest is over! All submissions have now been tested and the results are final. Thank you for participating, and congratulations to R+T+J for taking the first place! Take a look at the Top 10 Teams as well.
2014-06-15 14:00:00 UTC
In problem L1, multiple teams have reported that they have problems with determining the exact value of a certain large number. As this was not intended to be a part of the problem, we decided to help you out by letting you know that the number ends in 99.
2014-06-15 13:30:00 UTC
In problem J2, only instances where start != end are valid. (The problem statement should have stated "two distinct endpoints".) In other words, if the only counterexample that exists has start == end, the code is still considered good.
2014-06-15 12:24:00 UTC
Regarding problem H: On our machine, sizeof(size_t) == 8 in C++.
2014-06-15 11:34:00 UTC
We fixed a tiny typo in the problem statement F: the example at the beginning now correctly states that "9265" (and not "9256") occurs at offset 5. (Thanks to Patrick Xia for letting us know about this typo.)
2014-06-15 11:23:00 UTC