Informatics (00)

The sixth year of the UK Informatics Competition organised by Richard Forster and Antony Rix. The students had to complete a series of challenges including Ants and Romulus & Remus.

Informatics (01)

The seventh year of the UK Informatics Competition organised by Richard Forster and Antony Rix. The students had to complete a series of challenges including Friends and Playfair.

Informatics (03)

The ninth year of the UK Informatics Competition organised by Richard Forster and Antony Rix. The students had to complete a series of challenges including ISBN and Virtual Lakes. (BIO03)

Einee-Meenie-Minee-Mo (04)

Write a program, which given the number of friends and the length of the rhyme, can determine who wins. (BIO04)

Games (06)

The Mayan date 13-20-7-16-3 corresponds to 1-1-2000. Write a program which converts between the Mayan calendar and our own.

Egyptian Fractions (08)

Write a program which converts a normal fraction into an Egyptian fraction. (BIO08)

Informatics (09)

In 2009 the games were sponsered by Lionheart Studios and it was all about a game.

Word Play (10)

Write a program that determines if it is possible to win the game and, if so, says how to split the word. (BIO10)

Pizza Pandemonium (12)

Write a program to find out how many ways anchovies can be placed onto the pizza assuming no square is allowed to contain both olives and anchovies and no row (or column) in the pizza is allowed to contain more than one anchovy. (BIO12)

Informatics (95)

This was the first year of the UK Informatics Competition started by Antony Rix. The students had to complete a series of challenges including Magic Squares.