The Canadian Computing Competition (CCC) is a fun challenge for secondary school students with an interest in programming. It is an opportunity for students to test their ability in designing, understanding and implementing algorithms. There are two levels of the competition:
Junior Level — any student with elementary programming skills (has taken Computer Science 20)
Senior Level — any student with intermediate to advanced programming skills (should be attempted only if you have top marks in Computer Science 30, or have done a LOT of personal study)
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 Wednesday, March 1, 2017
9:00am - 12:00pm
CS Lab (Room 220)
You must let Mr. Schellenberg know that you would like to participate in the contest by Tuesday, Feb 7 (3 weeks before the contest).
Note that although the official competition is during the February break this year, the University of Waterloo has given us permission to write the competition on an alternate day.
5 questions. 3 hours. Online grader, so every single character that you output must match exactly with what is required. Note that this means that when you prompt for input, there should be no text inside your prompt! For example, instead of
number = input("Please enter a number:"), you should use
number = input().
Some things you may choose to do to help you prepare for the CCC include:
2017 Honour Roll
No winners declared, due to a DDOS attack during the contest. We had 4 students achieve perfect scores, however.
2015 Junior Western Canada Regional Winner
2015 Honour Roll
2014 Junior Western Canada Regional Winner
2014 Honour Roll