```FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOLS COMPUTING COMPETITION '83
JUDGING CRITERIA

1.1  INPUT: 1.75                     INPUT: 7.2
OUTPUT: 2                       OUTPUT: 7

1.2  INPUT: 5,8,1,3,13              OUTPUT: 13,8,5,3,1

1.3  INPUT: 24                      OUTPUT: 1,24,2,12,3,8,4,6
(any order)

1.4  INPUT: SUSAN              OUTPUT: ************
*   HAPPY  *
* BIRTHDAY *
*   SUSAN  *
************

1.5  RUN PROGRAM:
OUTPUT: (Observe the screen for randomly generated question
marks every 5 seconds.)

1.6  INPUT: C                       INPUT: Z
OUTPUT: D                      OUTPUT: A

1.7  RUN PROGRAM:
OUTPUT: (Observe the screen for four rectangles in the
corners)

1.8  INPUT: HELLO THERE       OUTPUT: 3

1.9  INPUT: BILL              OUTPUT: 47

1.10 INPUT: 8375              OUTPUT: 5738

2.1  INPUT: 18                OUTPUT: 23.3827

2.2  INPUT: 372               OUTPUT: 11111010

2.3  INPUT: 1.95              OUTPUT: SUBTOTAL  13.93
.89                           TAX    .70
.49                         TOTAL  14.63
10.60
-999

2.4  INPUT: *                 OUTPUT:             *
*
*
*
***********************
*
*
*
*

2.5  INPUT: 121,45,76,-4,     OUTPUT:  371, -18
371,.06,3,-18,
-999

2.6  INPUT: 46,3,8,70,22,     OUTPUT: SUM    262
46,7,43,9,8               MEAN   26.2
MEDIAN 15.5

2.7  INPUT: ONE TWO THREE FOUR
OUTPUT: FOUR THREE TWO ONE

2.8  INPUT: 3375
OUTPUT: 95.5694

2.9  INPUT: 3, 7
OUTPUT: 100

2.10 INPUT: *
OUTPUT: (One star for 10 seconds, then two stars for 10
seconds, etc. until 10 stars for 10 seconds.
Note: stars side by side.)

3.1  INPUT: Number 124          OUTPUT: 57
Base 6
Convert to 9

3.2  INPUT: -2,-3               OUTPUT: NOT A TRIANGLE
0,-2
2,-1

INPUT: 1,3                 OUTPUT: ISOSCELES
5,5
3,1

3.3  Play the game twice.
Input 4,5
Follow the directions given by the computer until the game
is over.

3.4  INPUT: First Number  1    OUTPUT: .01234567901234567901
Second Number 81
Number of Places 20

3.5  Press the numbers 1 - 8, and check to see if the appropriate
number moves to a blank location.  Press a number that is not
next to a blank to make sure that it does not move.

3.6  a) Use option 1 to add 2 words to the list.
b) Use option 3 to check to see if the words are added.
c) Similarly delete a word.
d) Use option 3 to see if the word is gone.

3.7  INPUT: First Addend?  AB
Sum?  EBC

OUTPUT: (Only one of the following may show)
A = 3    4    4    6    6    7    7    7    8    8    8    8
B = 2    2    3    3    5    2    5    6    3    4    5    7
C = 9 or 8 or 9 or 7 or 9 or 5 or 8 or 9 or 5 or 6 or 7 or 9
D = 7    6    6    4    4    3    3    3    2    2    2    2
E = 1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1    1

INPUT: First Addend?  AA       OUTPUT: NO SOLUTION POSSIBLE
Sum?  CCC

3.8  Observe nine lily pads in a row with an "F" first positioned
in the middle then bouncing randomly either to the left or the
right until it reaches the left end or right end.  The number of
jumps taken will appear on the screen.  This process is repeated
10 times.  The numbers displayed must not be less than 4 and most
will be less than 32.

3.9  INPUT: THIS IS AN EXAMPLE
-

Position the cursor under the first I using the R and L
keys.  Press the space bar and observe the following:
OUTPUT: THS IS AN EXAMPLE
-

Next, position the cursor under the second space and press
the space bar and observe the following:
OUTPUT: THS ISAN EXAMPLE
-

Next, position the cursor under the first letter by pressing
the L key.  Press the space bar and observe the following:
OUTPUT: HS ISAN EXAMPLE
-

3.10 INPUT: Length: 10
Width: 8

Observe a ball moving from the left-bottom up toward the
right-top and bounce off the walls until it reaches the left-top
corner.  The message "LEFT-TOP" must appear on the screen.

INPUT: Length: 5
Width: 7

Observe a ball moving from the left-bottom up toward the
right-top and bounce off the walls until it reaches the right-top
corner.  The message "RIGHT-TOP" must appear on the screen.

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