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In 1989, PC<sup>2</sup> version 1, titled Personal Computer
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[[PC&sup2;]], an acronym for
Programming Contest Environmental System,
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<B><EM>P</EM></B>rogramming
PC<sup>2</sup> ES, developed as a Computer Science Senior Project
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<B><EM>C</EM></B>ontest
at [http://www.csus.edu CSUS]. Lots of details at
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<B><EM>C</EM></B>ontrol, is a software system designed to manage computer [[programming contest]]s.
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The project started in 1989 with version 1,
 
[http://www.ecs.csus.edu/pc2/pc2history.html The (somewhat abridged) History of PC<sup>2</sup>].
 
[http://www.ecs.csus.edu/pc2/pc2history.html The (somewhat abridged) History of PC<sup>2</sup>].
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See the PC&sup2; [[Main Page]] for more details.
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==Version 1==
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1989
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Written in Turbo Pascal under MS-DOS using floppy disks (3 1/4") for communication
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==Version 4==
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Based on version 1, using network (file server) drive for communication
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==Version 6==
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[[Version 6]] Written in Microsoft Visual Basic, using network (file server) drive for communication
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==Version 7==
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[[Version 7]] Written in Java (using IBM VisualAge for Java) using RMI for communication
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==Version 8==
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[[Version 8]] was written in Java (using IBM VisualAge for Java) using RMI for communication
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==Version 9==
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[[Version 9]] is written in Java (using eclipse) using Sockets for communication
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==See Also==
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* [[Network communication]]
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* [[Changes in Version 9]]

Latest revision as of 11:55, 27 January 2013

PC², an acronym for Programming Contest Control, is a software system designed to manage computer programming contests.

The project started in 1989 with version 1, The (somewhat abridged) History of PC2.

See the PC² Main Page for more details.

Version 1

1989

Written in Turbo Pascal under MS-DOS using floppy disks (3 1/4") for communication

Version 4

Based on version 1, using network (file server) drive for communication

Version 6

Version 6 Written in Microsoft Visual Basic, using network (file server) drive for communication

Version 7

Version 7 Written in Java (using IBM VisualAge for Java) using RMI for communication

Version 8

Version 8 was written in Java (using IBM VisualAge for Java) using RMI for communication

Version 9

Version 9 is written in Java (using eclipse) using Sockets for communication

See Also