When I first started to program, I was really into math. I used Project Euler as problems to learn to program in. Since then, I've moved completely to programming, and my math skills have almost completely atrophied. But I thought it might be fun to go back and try to do some of them again (I had previously solved 140 of them), so here we are :)
- To time all the solutions
- To time solution 1
- To time solution 10
- To run specs against the support library
- To run specs against all the solutions
- To run specs against solution 1
This code is unmaintained.
If you do something interesting with it, let me know so I can be happy.
Copyright (c) 2011 Joshua Cheek
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