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An easy way to plug it is to let an entry go through a random test
before sending it to a formal test suit. Not only can the random test
quickly spot an error for genuine debug purpose but also protect real
test suit to be identified.


Matthew Simoneau wrote:
>
> Now the question is, can you think of a way for us to plug it? The
> only sure way I can think of is to not show error messages, but this
> would make it harder for contestants to debug their entries. Can
you
> think of any other way?
>
> References:
>
>
<http://www.mathworks.com/contest/protein.cgi/view_submission.html?
> id=10143>
>
> <<a href="/WebX?50@@.eeb51da">Bert Jagers "determining the
series
> in the contest suite" 11/14/02 12:31pm</a>>
>