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    Code Library/Base Code?

    Posted by
    December 13th, 2011 11:44 am

    Hey, I’m fairly new to programming as a whole and I was wondering to what exactly qualifies as “base code” or a “Code Library”? I’m aware of the obvious ones that are available publicly such as Flixel, Box2D, ect. I’m more concerned about the personal libraries. For example, would an A* pathfinding system qualify as either of those?

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    One Response to “Code Library/Base Code?”

    1. jovoc says:

      the main requirement is that the basecode is linked online somewhere before the contest starts, so theoretically no one has an unfair advantage by using a personal basecode because anyone else could use it.

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