Warning that this contains (obviously) spoilers for Project Euler. If you want the satisfaction of figuring out the problems on your own, you probably shouldn't be reading my answers!
Out of extreme laziness, I've added a short-cut to running the most recent solution. All you have
to do is run
python ./run.py -l from the main directory. This was also kind of
necessary to have a sane module structure.
To run a specific solution, use
python ./run.py -n 1 (this will run solution 1). It will raise
an error if the requested solution doesn't exist. You don't have to worry about padding, that
takes care of itself.
To print out the time that a solution takes, add in the
-t flag on execution. It works using an
atexit handler, so it can reliably print out times even for solutions which make use of
to end execution the second they have the solution.
These are the solutions where I do something ridiculous (or clever) and are the ones I recommend checking out if you want to get a sense for the kind of programming I find interesting:
Problems With A Bonus Solution
Occasionally, I try to come up with a quick and dirty approximate solution or show another way to do a problem. These can be interesting.