# [Feature Request] Computer Science Topic

Hello, I have noticed that many of the profiles I come across have participated in the USACO (which is the computing olympiad), so I don't think I would be the only one interested in one of the next topics after math and physics being computer science. This doesn't necessarily mean programming, but rather mathematical problems on data structures, running times, and algorithms. I imagine that the site is already set up for this format much better than having to add compilers and safety checking to allow actual code to be used as solutions. Anyway, just a suggestion, what do other users think?

Note by Ethan Berl
5 years, 5 months ago

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projecteuler.net is the best you can get. It is best suited for smart people, with a will to learn and practice code, and a good mathematics background.

And there are more than enough problems there. 409 as of this week.

- 5 years, 5 months ago

Visit http://hs.spoj.pl/ - again a good site just like project euler but specifically aimed for highschoolers and a good competitive enviroment

- 5 years, 5 months ago