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projecteuler.net/thread=565 - the best forum on the subject (note: you have to submit the correct solution first) Code in various languages: C++ github.com/evilmucedin/project-euler/blob/master/euler565/565.cpp (written by Den Raskovalov) C++ github.com/roosephu/project-euler/blob/master/565.cpp (written by Yuping Luo) Those links are just an unordered selection of source code I found with a semi-automatic search script on Google/Bing/GitHub/whatever. You will probably stumble upon better solutions when searching on your own. Maybe not all linked resources produce the correct result and/or exceed time/memory limits.




project euler all problems pdf 20



projecteuler.net/thread=387 - the best forum on the subject (note: you have to submit the correct solution first) Code in various languages: Python github.com/frrad/project-euler/blob/master/python/Problem387.py (written by Frederick Robinson) Python github.com/nayuki/Project-Euler-solutions/blob/master/python/p387.py (written by Nayuki) Python github.com/smacke/project-euler/blob/master/python/387.py (written by Stephen Macke) C++ github.com/evilmucedin/project-euler/blob/master/euler387/euler387.cpp (written by Den Raskovalov) C++ github.com/Meng-Gen/ProjectEuler/blob/master/387.cc (written by Meng-Gen Tsai) C++ github.com/roosephu/project-euler/blob/master/387.cpp (written by Yuping Luo) Java github.com/nayuki/Project-Euler-solutions/blob/master/java/p387.java (written by Nayuki) Java github.com/thrap/project-euler/blob/master/src/Java/Problem387.java (written by Magnus Solheim Thrap) Perl github.com/gustafe/projecteuler/blob/master/387-Harshad-numbers.pl (written by Gustaf Erikson) Those links are just an unordered selection of source code I found with a semi-automatic search script on Google/Bing/GitHub/whatever. You will probably stumble upon better solutions when searching on your own. Maybe not all linked resources produce the correct result and/or exceed time/memory limits.


While I really like Project Euler, I have to point out that very few people get past the first few challenges. 150,000 for the first problem, dropping by a factor of 2 after 7 problems, and continuing down to numbers around 3000 by the 100th problem.


A lot of the problems are fairly sophisticated, invoking concepts used in advanced number theory classes, so the real audience is math and computer science majors, graduate students and others like them. Another site with easier problems focused on middle school and high school curriculum would be great.


I was using Coursera, EdX and Udacity to learn to program, but I found the whole process dis-spiriting, not as bad as Khan Academy, but still a hard slog. The MIT programming class is so focused on doing the problems a particular way, for example, that students end up guessing how to solve the problems so they will pass the grader. The problems at Project Euler are clearly written and a joy to solve. What a contrast.


Having a project to practice your C# coding skills will give you the focus you need to make your new knowledge stick around. You will get stuck. You will make mistakes. You will have to do Google searches to figure out something you want your application to do. But, in the end, you will learn a lot because this is a marathon and not a sprint. Do not expect to be an expert within one month.


Ecommerce is big business, and learning about it by building your own e-commerce application will give you a head start preparing for a C# ecommerce development job. This project is advanced because there is a lot to an e-commerce site, but you can build it up slowly by starting with simple inventory management and display and then adding the other features one by one.


In democracies, voting is important. The internet has been around for decades, and yet democratic nations rarely use online voting. Maybe you can make the difference and come up with a secure, accurate solution to online voting. This project could also teach you why online voting is such a hard problem to solve.


This is an open-ended project and can turn into something huge. There are many types of Twitter bots out there. All of them start with connecting to the Twitter API, which is pretty simple. After that, you can make your Twitter bot as simple or as complex as you need it.


Racing and driving games have been around since the earliest days of video games. If you are a beginning C# developer and are interested in game development, a driving game is a great place to start as long as you stick to the basics and use 2D. If you are an intermediate or advanced developer, you can upgrade this project to include 3D graphics. There is a perfect driving game project for any level of C# developer.


Google is a very advanced search engine, but it started out really simple. With this project, you can start simple and add as many features as you want. This project will teach you a lot about the internet, parsing HTML, and indexing data.


If you built a web crawler to find PDF or EPUB files like suggested in the last project, another project you can build that works with it is an ebook reader. Ebooks make it possible to keep as many books as a brick-and-mortar library on your hard drive, but once you get that many ebooks, it can get hard to organize. You could create an application that not only displays ebooks so you can read them but also searches your hard drive for files and adds them to a library.


A project idea that works along with the note-taking application project is a personal information manager. Notes are handy for free-form information, but a lot of the information you want to remember is structured. Structured data is also easier to search because you can search specific fields for specific values, like all of your contacts with the last name of Miller.


Named after the 18th-century Swiss mathematician who is usually considered the father of modern mathematics, Project Euler is a set of mathematical/programming problems that test your coding, mathematical, and logical skills. As any programmer worth their salt will tell you, to be a great coder, you need to be at least a moderately good mathematician.


HackerRank is like Project Euler. At HackerRank, you will solve complicated problems. You will also be able to store your results. The difference is that at HackerRank, you can take tests that could get you a job. HackerRank is a technology hiring platform that over 2,000 companies use to vet candidates before they consider hiring them. All the tests fit the requirements of specific jobs, and completing some of these tests will give you a certification that will make your name stand out with these companies.


To keep the focus you need to finish your C# project, you will need to choose a project that interests you or create a tool that you might actually use yourself. If none of the projects above fit your needs, here is a list of more project ideas:


There are many popular websites that help you do that by providing various types of problems where you need to apply your analytical and mathematical skills to solve each problem using programming languages.


Here is an image of a Strings problem set. You can also filter the problems by the ID (#), name (NAME), Subject (SUBJECT), solved (SOLVED), and so on. Beginners like these features very much.


You will also get a nice profile page that looks beautiful as well. ? I used to practice solving problems on this website when I was just starting out my CP (Competitive Programming) journey. Not to mention, I got the 3rd position among 1250 students back then at my university. ?


Although the website might look a little bit different to newcomers, you won't need much time to get used to it. You can train yourself by solving problems of different categories, difficulty levels, and so on.


Most importantly, LeetCode has an amazing discussion group where people talk about their problems, solutions, how to improve their algorithms, how to improve the efficiency of their code, and so on. This is one of the most powerful features of LeetCode.


One sad part about LeetCode is that you will not get every feature for free! Yeah, it's true. You have to pay for it monthly or yearly to unlock all its features. There are a lot of problems you will find locked on the website. You can not unlock them if you do not purchase the premium plan.


It is a popular crowd-sourced platform to attract, nurture, train, and challenge Data Science and Machine Learning enthusiasts from all around the world to come together and solve numerous Data Science, Predictive Analytics, and Machine Learning problems.


On this website, you can take part in different programming contests. They held regular programming contests on Saturdays and Sundays. Also, you can solve problems from previously held programming contests.


I have seen a lot of people regularly participate in the programming contests and solve problems previously used in the contests regularly by solving problems on AtCoder. I also tried that for a while to check the efficiency, and truth to be told, it was really effective.


Topcoder (formerly TopCoder) is a crowdsourcing company with an open global community of designers, developers, data scientists, and competitive programmers. Topcoder pays community members for their work on the projects and sells community services to corporate, mid-size, and small-business clients.


You can start solving problems with maximum submission and follow or check the submission of good coders here. Once you solved around 50-70 problems and build some confidence, you can participate in different contests.


Competitive programmers participate in programming contests and solve many problems on this website. This website is kind of special to the Bangladeshi people as the Bangladeshi universities arrange many programming contests through it.


Google Code Jam is an international programming competition hosted and administered by Google. The competition began in 2003. The competition consists of a set of algorithmic problems which must be solved in a fixed amount of time.


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