```FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOLS COMPUTING COMPETITION '82
JUDGING CRITERIA

1.1  RUN PROGRAM:
OUTPUT: I AM THINKING OF A NUMBER. WHAT NUMBER IS IT?
INPUT: 50

OUTPUT: TOO HIGH   then  INPUT: 25
or if
OUTPUT: TOO LOW    then  INPUT: 75
(Continue to guess in this manner, until you get the #)
(dividing amount by 2 each time)
- Rerun program if you don't guess right in 7 tries.

1.2  RUN PROGRAM:
OUTPUT: 2,5,8,10,13,17,18,20,25,26,29,32,34,37,40,41,45

1.3  RUN PROGRAM:    OUTPUT: 35392

1.4  RUN PROGRAM:    OUTPUT: (2 random clock times and the sum
of the 2 times.  Example below):
5 : 33
8 : 44
--------
2 : 17        (run program twice)

1.5  INPUT: Enter a, b, c: 2, 2, 2           OUTPUT: COMPLEX

INPUT: Enter a, b, c: 1, -1, -6         OUTPUT: -2, 3

1.6  INPUT: Enter number: 42                 OUTPUT: 2  3  7

1.7  INPUT: Enter P,i,N,Y: 100,.01,4,100     OUTPUT: \$271.49

1.8  RUN PROGRAM:                            OUTPUT: 7  11  25

1.9  INPUT: Enter a symbol: *
OUTPUT: (* is displayed for 45 seconds, then it is cleared)

1.10  INPUT: Enter decimal: .35              OUTPUT: 7/20

1.11  RUN PROGRAM: (An asterisk will appear in the center of the
screen.  Press a U to move it up, D down, R right, L to the left.
It must not leave a sketched path.)

2.1  INPUT: Enter month, day: 12, 31   OUTPUT: FRIDAY

INPUT: Enter month, day: 5, 29    OUTPUT: SATURDAY

2.2  INPUT:                           INPUT:
Enter n: 6                       Enter n: 3
Enter vertex (X, Y): 5, 1        Enter vertex (X, Y): 1, 1
Enter vertex (X, Y): 2, 4        Enter vertex (X, Y): 5, 5
Enter vertex (X, Y): -3, 3       Enter vertex (X, Y): -1, -4
Enter vertex (X, Y): -3, -2
Enter vertex (X, Y): -1, -4      OUTPUT: AREA = 6
Enter vertex (X, Y): 2, -2

OUTPUT: AREA = 41.5

2.3  RUN PROGRAM:  OUTPUT: 21978

2.4  RUN PROGRAM:  OUTPUT: 370  371  407

2.5  INPUT: Enter name: DOUG WOOLLEY
OUTPUT: (the following will zigzag from one side of the
screen to the other and back again)
D
O
U
G

W
O
O
L
L
E
Y

2.6  RUN PROGRAM:  OUTPUT: (A stick figure is repeatedly drawn.
It will also wave its arm.)

2.7  INPUT: How many letters: 4   OUTPUT: (random permutations of
Enter letter: T               the 4 letters.  Stop
Enter letter: S               program when you see
Enter letter: I               LIST as one of them.)
Enter letter: L

2.8  RUN PROGRAM:
OUTPUT: (Four random letters, numbers, or symbols)
INPUT: (Type all four random characters correctly)
OUTPUT: (The time elapsed must be printed)

RUN PROGRAM:
OUTPUT: (Four random letters, numbers, or symbols).
INPUT: (Type 2 of the characters incorrectly)
OUTPUT: (The 2 characters that were typed incorrectly
must be displayed.  No time is displayed.)

2.9  INPUT: Enter price \$: 11.36
Enter denomination \$: 20

OUTPUT: 1  \$5
2  DOLLARS
2  QUARTERS
1  DIME
4  PENNIES

2.10 INPUT: (Choose option to convert inches to centimeters)
Enter inches: 100
OUTPUT: 254 CM

INPUT: (Choose option to convert miles to kilometers)
Enter miles: 6.2138
OUTPUT: 10 KM

2.11 RUN PROGRAM:  OUTPUT: A=2  B=5  C=9  D=2

2.12 INPUT: Enter Month1, Day1: 4, 8
Enter Month2, Day2: 10, 16

OUTPUT: 191 DAYS

2.13 INPUT: Enter month, day, year: 10, 16, 66
Enter amount \$: 52.13
Enter payee: DOUG WOOLLEY

OUTPUT:
**********************************************************
*                                         OCT. 16, 1966  *
*                                                        *
*   PAY TO THE                                           *
*   ORDER OF   DOUG WOOLLEY                \$52.13        *
*                                                        *
*   FIFTY-TWO AND 13/100 DOLLARS                         *
*                                                        *
**********************************************************

3.1  INPUT: Enter 4 colors from the following six:
(red, white, blue, green, yellow, black)
OUTPUT: The number of colors that are correctly positioned
will be indicated by BLACK pegs.  The number of colors that are
chosen correctly but are not positioned correctly will be
indicated by WHITE pegs.
INPUT: Enter another 4 colors according to the rules.  Ten
attempts are given to guess the computer's 4 colors.

3.2  INPUT: Enter end point of x-axis: 30, 34
Enter end point of y-axis: 20, 50
Enter increment: 2
How many points: 2
Enter point: 24, 40
Enter point: 26, 44

OUTPUT: INTERSECTION AT (20,34)
*********
*
*  +
*    +
*
*

3.3  INPUT: Enter size: 3      OUTPUT: 6 1 8
7 5 3
2 9 4
MAGIC NUMBER = 15

(NOTE: Magic number is sum of any row, column, or diagonal,
and this number may vary from one team's program to another)

INPUT: Enter size: 4      OUTPUT:  1 15 14  4
12  6  7  9
8 10 11  5
13  3  2 16
MAGIC NUMBER = 34

3.4  INPUT: Enter Roman Numeral: IV
Enter Roman Numeral: CDXCVI

OUTPUT: IV + CDXCVI = D
4 + 496 = 500

IV * CDXCVI = MCMLXXXIV
4 * 496 = 1984

3.5  RUN PROGRAM:
OUTPUT: 2025
3025
9801

3.6  Since the rules are not given with this problem, it is very
difficult to judge the program.

3.7  INPUT: Enter #: 1
Enter #: 3
Enter #: 5
Enter #: 7
Enter #: 9
Enter #: 11
Enter #: 13
Enter #: 15
Enter #: 2
Enter #: 4
Enter #: 6
Enter #: 8
Enter #: 10
Enter #: 12
Enter #: 14
Enter #: 16
Enter another number: 2

OUTPUT: BETWEEN 15 AND 4

3.8  BONUS-   Choose FLORIDA
The computer asks yes or no questions concerning your
choice.  Count the number of questions it asked before it
guessed FLORIDA.

3 points if guessed in 6 or less questions
2 points if guessed in 7-9 questions
1 point  if guessed in 10-12 questions

```