Robotics Team Competes in The Philadelphia Classic Programming Competition

Robotics Team Competes in The Philadelphia Classic Programming Competition

The Philadelphia Classic is a Programming Competition where students can select to program in either Java or Python at a novice or standard level.

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The La Salle College High School Robotics Team competed in The Philadelphia Classic at the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday, April 23, 2016.

The Philadelphia Classic is a Programming Competition where students can select to program in either Java or Python at a novice or standard level.

Teams of 4 students are asked to write 8 programs in 4 hours. The objective is to write a program to obtain a predetermined output.

Each team may submit multiple times until their program produces the prescribed output.

To learn more about the Philadelphia Classic, visit http://pclassic.org/

View more photos at http://www.lschs.org/cf_media/index.cfm?g=3787


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