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The Woburn Challenge is a programming competition organized by high-school students of Woburn Collegiate Institute, in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. The contest is similar in structure to the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest. In the past years, the contest has consisted of three divisions:
- Suicidal Division
- Senior Division
- Intermediate Division
Each division features 5 or 6 problems, solved by teams of 3 students in 3 hours. The level of difficulty rises from the Intermediate Division through to the Suicidal Division.
Past problems and solutions have been made available online by members of Woburn's Programming Enrichment Group (PEG).
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