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Help For The Challenge

Are you a student or teacher and have hit a roadblock with your Challenge project? Do not fear -- the Challenge provides extensive help for a wide range of problems and questions.

The primary source for help is the consult@challenge.nm.org e-mail address. If you have a problem or question thet requires the assistance of Challenge personnel, submit a description of the problem to the consult e-mail address.

See How To Ask Questions The Smart Way


The Official AiS Challenge handbook for the 2001-2002 can also be found here:


  • The Challenge has an account with Profiler, an online tool where you can find experts in the Challenge community concerning topics such as Unix, Java, C++, Project Development, Research, and others. Check it out!

    • Note: The AiS Challenge "district ID" is: 00000240

Local Resources

  • Challenge Technical Guide - Includes information and tutorials on the following topics: supercomputing, project design, telnet, Unix, Pico, C++, Java, Graphics, e-mail, ftp, and HTML.





Online Pointers to Tutorials and References

For help with C/C++, visit the local list

Yahoo hosts many HTML and C/C++ tutorials and references.

For questions about the Supercomputing Challenge, a 501(c)3 organization, contact us at: consult1314 @ supercomputingchallenge.org

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