Project Euler

I’ve been doing a lot of Project Euler problems in my spare time, as a sort of relaxation and challenge at the same time. As of this evening, I’ve completed 25 of the 217 problems available so far. I’ve written a few hundred lines of code to solve the problems using Haskell, C, C++, Java, Javascript, and Python. Some of those are much more concise than others.

I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys writing code and math (especially number theory). And I especially like my “language flavor of the moment” approach. It keeps you nimble. (Though, some problems just more difficult if your language of choice doesn’t have a built-in bignum implementation — fortunately Haskell and Python do.)

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