IOCCC 2015: I am one of the winners!

The International Obfuscated C Code Contest (IOCCC) started in 1984. Candidates have to propose a C program doing something interesting in the most obfuscated way possible. (There are a few rules to follow, most notably limits abouts the source code size.)

I first heard about this contest many years ago, I think it was around 2003, because Fabrice Bellard (author of qemu, tcc, some maths-related things, etc.) mentions on his website he won it in 2002. Looking at the winning entries, I was really impressed.

This year, I decided to give it a try myself. And this was apparently a good idea!

The source code and related comments of the winning entries for 2015 are not published yet. They should be published in a few weeks.

Etienne Dublé

Etienne Dublé
IT Research Engineer, currently working for the CNRS at LIG lab, Grenoble, France.

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