Josh Cheek wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 11:48 PM, Lakshmanan Muthukrishnan <
> lakshmanan / vinsol.com> wrote:
> 
>> Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
>>
>>
> Codingbat.com has lots of simple easy problems, but it's mostly Java and 
> a
> little bit of Python. Still, you can solve the problem however you like, 
> you
> just won't be able to use their automatic tester.
> 
> There are also a bunch at spoj.pl but I found that site frustrating, 
> because
> it's too dependent on string format of your output (a stray newline will
> invalidate your solution, but you aren't given enough feedback to figure 
> out
> what formatting needs to change) And their time constraints are aimed at
> compiled languages, which frequently prevents Ruby from being a 
> possibility.
> 
> codechef.com is basically spoj.pl taken to the next level with a 
> community
> and flashy design. But I have had a lot of trouble getting their Ruby to
> work right for me, and they don't keep track of which solutions you've
> previously solved, so you can't really make a goal of solving all the
> problems they have. I'll probably try it again in 6 months or so, see if
> they've made that stuff better.


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Thank you so much
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