# Euler problems

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− | These are solutions to the problems listed on [http://projecteuler.net/index.php?section=view Project Euler]. |
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− | '''WARNING''' - Do not peek at any of these pages if you want to enjoy the |
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− | benefits of Project Euler, unless you have already solved the problems. |
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− | Note that these solutions are indeed entirely within the spirit of Project Euler. For those who feel otherwise, note that the FAQ on the [http://www.projecteuler.net/ front page of the Project Euler site] says the following: |
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− | <p><em>I solved it by using a search engine, does that matter?</em></p> |
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− | <p>That depends on your motivation for solving the problems. It probably means that you've missed out on some beautiful and hidden mathematics.</p> |
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− | </blockquote> |
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− | In any case, it is recommended that you try the problems yourself before looking |
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− | at the solutions. These are great exercises for improving your Haskell-fu, and reading the solutions beforehand could spoil the experience of solving them yourself. |
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− | Any further reading is at your own risk. |
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− | * [[Euler problems/1 to 10|Questions 1 to 10]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/11 to 20|Questions 11 to 20]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/21 to 30|Questions 21 to 30]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/31 to 40|Questions 31 to 40]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/41 to 50|Questions 41 to 50]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/51 to 60|Questions 51 to 60]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/61 to 70|Questions 61 to 70]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/71 to 80|Questions 71 to 80]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/81 to 90|Questions 81 to 90]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/91 to 100|Questions 91 to 100]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/101 to 110|Questions 101 to 110]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/111 to 120|Questions 111 to 120]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/121 to 130|Questions 121 to 130]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/131 to 140|Questions 131 to 140]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/141 to 150|Questions 141 to 150]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/151 to 160|Questions 151 to 160]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/161 to 170|Questions 161 to 170]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/171 to 180|Questions 171 to 180]] |
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− | * [[Euler problems/181 to 190|Questions 181 to 190]] |
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− | As a useful reference for those wanting a simple way to test their solutions in code, [[Euler answers]] provides a fairly complete list of the numeric solutions to the problems, in the form of a Haskell list of pairs. |
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