Mar

06

## APL Hacking: Project Euler Daily (#9)

Finally, we get an interesting one. In this problem, I struggled with a desire
to express the solution simply, and

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Mar

06

Finally, we get an interesting one. In this problem, I struggled with a desire
to express the solution simply, and

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Mar

05

Again, this problem was just too easy. I wonder why this one was even given
actually, because in something like

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Mar

05

Nothing much to say about this one. I use the basic prime sieve on this one. I
am still playing

Mar

03

This one was too easy, I probably am doing it wrong.
R←PESIX;⎕IO
⎕IO←1
⍝ Difference between the sum

Mar

02

I really do not like my solution here, but it was the simplest at the time. I
think that there

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Mar

01

When I first did this problem, I encoded the numbers, did a 1st axis rotate, and
then decoded both vectors

Feb

28

For this problem, I had originally computed a very slow and annoying algorithm
until I realized that computing the prime

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Feb

27

For this one, I could not come up with a solution that did not have a loop in
it, but

Feb

26

This is the first of a series of posts as I go through Project Euler in APL to
stretch my