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Nick Halstead's Blog:
PHP Competition Results - Runners up
July 18, 2007 @ 16:43:00

Nick Halstead has posted the runners up in the PHP programming competition he conducted:

Finally we have a result, it has taken weeks of judging and lots of hard work. The scores are ready and today I will first announce the runners up from the Top 6. I will then tomorrow announce the 3rd place, then day after that second, you get the idea. The scoring was based upon a point system in which each judge had to rank the top 6 in order. The points from each judge were then compiled and the final scores calculated.

The project was to write a script that helped a user find the shortest "distance" between two words by replacing one letter at a time. The three that were the runners up were created by:

Come of the judges comments are also included in the post to get a feel for the thinking behind the rankings.

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