I began solving Project Euler problems since August 12, 2015. I usually look at a problem every week. These are 500 + problems that are based on math and programming. I just wanted to see how far I can get. My primary target is to solve as many that get me to the top 1%, which looks like 120-130 problems. I keep updating this number every week, but currently, I’ve solved 20 problems only, all of them using Python. One can find them on my GitHub repository for Project Euler problems.
The Project Euler web page points out, “Real learning is an active process and seeing how it is done is a long way from experiencing that epiphany of discovery. Please do not deny others what you have so richly valued yourself.” I however, can’t contain the urge to share my solutions.
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