In its first member contest ever, Cemetech will be hosting a one-month competition to create a functional Sudoku program in TI-BASIC. You can make a program beginning today, June 1, 2006, and it must be emailed in a compressed .zip file to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59PM EST on June 30, 2006. Acceptable calculator models are the 83/+/SE/84+/SE line and the 89/92/92+ line, but the program must be in BASIC. The contest is fairly general; as long as you have a functional program related to Sudoku that generates puzzles, allows gameplay, solves puzzles, or combines any of these is acceptable. Be sure to include a readme.txt file explaining controls and gameplay in the zip file. You may submit multiple entries, but only the latest zip received from each person will be accepted into the contest. Our moderator Rivereye will be overseeing and judging the contest; Kerm Martian will also be judging. Neither will enter the contest, but all others are welcome to participate. Entries will be judged on four criteria: Size Functionality Speed Optimization You may not use libs such as xLib or Omnicalc, and entries may contain only original code. Good luck!