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re: Explain Haskell like I'm five
Like Ben Halpern recommended, Learn You A Haskell for Great...
re: Write a program or script to find Lucky Numbers
Great to hear that. I'm afraid I can't fully claim credit f...
re: Write a program or script to find Lucky Numbers
Kasey Speakman raised the bar very high very early. :-) M...
re: Write a program or script to find Lucky Numbers
1.6 on my Laptop. I could speed this one up to 1.2 by count...
re: Write a program or script to find Lucky Numbers
Fine! This runs in about 19s on my Notebook. splice() works...
re: Write a program or script to find Lucky Numbers
This problem made me more familiar with Go. Some nice thing...
re: Write a script to find "Happy Numbers"
I'm glad to see some Haskell here. :) I somehow prefer your...
re: Write a script to find "Happy Numbers"
And now that I have learned a simpler break condition for t...
re: Write a script to find "Happy Numbers"
The number 42 is also in that loop, by the way. :)
re: Write a script to find "Happy Numbers"
Adding a solution in Haskell: -- core function; read fro...
re: Write a script to identify an anagram
This is good. I adapted it to Haskell, recording letter fre...
re: Write a script to identify an anagram
I'm sorry, it took me a dinner out to see, this was unneces...
re: Write a script to identify an anagram
I like the solution to "subtract" all characters of the sho...
re: Write a script to identify an anagram
This is close to cheating and must have terrible space and ...
re: Write a script to identify an anagram
I stick with mappings to prime numbers. Haskell, without co...
re: Write a script to identify an anagram
Hey, thank you very much! I'm glad you sent me a notice. I ...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
Instead of functorial lifting into the list (resulting in O...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
Six cases, four of them with explicit return values (at the...
re: Let's use LaTeX!
I second that. Org-mode is great. I rarely use LaTeX, these...
re: How I (Finally) Built an App in Elm
I agree, just returning a value in a Maybe and then getting...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
That's quite common in functional programming, btw. When I ...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
This was my O(n) prototype in Haskell. Which helped me to f...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
Recursion was the way to go for me, too, because of the rec...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
This is generally true. I'm not sure if this approach refle...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
Seems like Rust functions return the final statement (for e...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
As I can see, you have written all the needed logic for a s...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
In my first reflections of the code, I picked numbers in th...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
Some last improvements: Use fixed-width Ints instead of a...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
I could contribute a solution that's different to the ones ...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
I have much sympathy for LISP and Clojure but have not that...
re: Challenge - Print Spiral
I wanted to allow to build up one single line before printi...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
I really like to see your use of Streams and lambdas solvin...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
Thanks. I enjoyed learning about Kaprekar number as well as...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
I managed to reduce the number of divisions by throwing som...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
Ok, I see. I've missed it because of the leading zero in th...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
Is anyone interested in finding another 'strange' Kaprekar ...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
I tried to compute the Kaprekar numbers up to 108. A simple...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
I think your OP is really ok. I also didn't expect somethin...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
As far as I can see, most (if not all) programs use the str...
re: Challenge: find 'Kaprekar numbers'
Solution in Haskell: I didn't want to take the route to St...
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