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This is the official website for the North Western European Programming Contest 2002 in Delft, The Netherlands. This is a programming contest of the ACM. A programming contest is a contest where teams from different universities try to solve a number problems by writing a smart computer program. The team that solves the most problems in the least amount of time wins.

If you are new to this phenomenon, you might want to read some more introductory material in the contest section.


The contest is over. The final results can be found here.


Space and Time Coordinates

The contest will be at the Delft University of Technology, in The Netherlands, in the weekend of 15, 16 and 17 November 2002. The exact location will be the Faculty of Information Systems and Technology, which you can see on this small map or this BIG map.

Web site overview

Depending on what you want to know, you may want to consult a different section of the web site.

  • An introduction to the event is at the contest page.
  • Contestants with technical questions might want to look at the tech section.
  • The formal rules for the contest are available from the rules section.
  • General explanation about the problems at the contest and practice material are available from the problems page.
  • If you want to join the contest, please consult the join page for details.
  • In the agenda is an overview of the planned activities during the weekend.
  • Further information related to the contest can be found using the links to other sources of information.
  • If you are wondering how students can afford to hold a event as big as the programming contest, have a look at the sponsors.


If you have any questions, please, contact the regional contest director.






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