The July Cook-Off has ended!

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Hi Guys,

The July 2011 Cook-off has ended. This contest saw an unsolved problem after quite a while, the remaining problems seemed easy with over 150 users who solved 2 problems at least.

This contest was made possible by our problem setter and tester Shilp Gupta and Anton Lunyov respectively. And they did an awesome job. Thank you so much for the fantastic job in putting together this problem set!

Here are the  top 10 best performers of the July 2011 Cook-Off:

01. dzhulgakov
02. laycurse
03. al13n
04. damians
05. volkhin
06. cgy4ever
07. rasifiel
08. EgorK
09. sobols
10. smylic

Take a look at the contest rankings here.

Contest Statistics:

Length of Contest Unique Participants Total Number of Submissions User who have solved at least one problem
2.5 hours 341 1484 279
Country Total Participants
IN 220
Rest of World 121

Congratulations guys! We look forward to seeing all of you participating in the August 2011 Challenge that begins on 1st August, 2011.

Check out the contest problem editorials here.

If there is anything you would like to let us know regarding this contest then do let us know by either commenting below this blog post or by sending in an email to,

Harsh Munshaw
(Team CodeChef)

P.S. Winners of the contest will be contacted this week.

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One Reply to “The July Cook-Off has ended!”

  1. Why has my rank decreased even though i solved 1 problem?Also,people who have solved fewer questions than me in short contest have better ranks?how is this possible?

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