This notebook is intended as reference material for a team participating in the ACM-ICPC World Finals or any regional competition that allows up to 25 pages of printed reference material. It incorporates code from various sources and is based on the notebook used by contestants at the University of Toronto from 2013 to 2014. Because this version of the notebook is intended for redistribution, it excludes a small amount of proprietary code present in U. of T.'s official team notebook. The philosophy used when compiling this notebook was to include material that will be most useful for experienced contestants, in terms of reducing the amount of time spent coding and/or debugging. It therefore excludes algorithms that serious contestants would be able to code quickly and correctly with a minimum of effort, such as Dijkstra's algorithm. Most of the material in this notebook is therefore less common, theoretically nontrivial, or tricky to get right on the first try.