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Mehran Sahami Handout #36 CS 106A November 4, 2009 CS 106A Graphics Contest Submission deadline: 5pm on Sunday, November 29th Based on a handout by Eric Roberts The graphics programs you write using the acm.graphics package tend to be more exciting than the console-based programs you wrote in Assignment 2. The Breakout and Hangman games exciting as they are only scratch the surface of what you can do with the graphics package. To give you a chance to explore the capabilities of the package in greater depth, we are pleased to announce the CS 106A Graphics Contest. Note that this is a purely optional contest, so you should not feel obligated to enter if you don't have the time. It's really a chance to let you show some more creativity in working with features of the graphics package and showcase some of your programming skills if you so choose. Each of you is eligible to submit one entry for the contest, where an entry consists of an original program that uses the acm.graphics package. You are free to use any of the capabilities in those packages (including animations, mouse and keyboard listeners,
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