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== International Obfuscated Haskell Code Contest == |
== International Obfuscated Haskell Code Contest == |

## Revision as of 04:15, 18 September 2006

There are a number of online programming contests of interest to Haskell programmers. This page attempts to document and help coordinate the efforts of the Haskell community.

## Contents

## The ICFP Programming Contest

A yearly contest run by the functional programming community, open to all comers. Haskell has been highly successful over the years, winning several times.

## Great Language Shootout

A highly visible language performance contest.

The old wiki keeps a track of our submissions.

## SPOJ

## Project Euler

"Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve."

## International Obfuscated Haskell Code Contest

The IOHCC as been held three times.

## More

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