ENSIA Tech Community, a scientific club from the National School of Artificial Intelligence, recently organized the inaugural edition of the ETCode event, a coding competition aimed at students interested in competitive programming. The competition witnessed the participation of 18 teams, each comprising three students. The teams were presented with a diverse range of problem sets and challenges, varying in difficulty from easy to hard.

The participants were given the freedom to choose their preferred programming language to solve the problems. Alongside the main programming challenges, the event featured entertaining mini-games in which the teams competed against each other. These mini-games offered opportunities to gain hints and limited-time access to ChatGPT, a helpful resource during the coding challenges.

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