CodeRally is a Java?-based, real-time programming game based on the Eclipse platform.
A Java-based, real-time programming game based on the
What is CodeRally?
CodeRally is a Java?-based, real-time programming
game based on the Eclipse platform. It uses the Eclipse platform and a very
simple API that allows users unfamiliar with Java to easily compete while they
learn the Java language.
CodeRally was first used at the 2003 ACM International
Collegiate Programming Competition, which was sponsored by IBM.
This technology runs on Windows®, Linux®, and
Players develop a rally car and make decisions about when
to speed up, turn, or slow down based on the location of other players or
checkpoints, their current fuel level, and other factors. Each player can test
their car locally against a number of sample rally car. When used in a
tournament, CodeRally allows direct, real-time competition between teams. Each
player can submit intermediate solutions and test them against the submitted
cars from other players. This allows each player to learn from the strategies of
other players and modify their car appropriately. After the final submission
from each player, the final winner is determined by a tournament consisting of
How does it work?
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