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what do you think about "project Euler"? Is it good practice ?

7/19/2019 10:26:35 PM

ffrankusha

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Solving project Euler problems, you will improve your understanding of what happens while algorithms are executing big number of iterations, or dealing with huge numbers, you will learn a lot about code optimisation. For who enjoy to learn by necessity, challenges in general are a very good school.

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Project Euler problems give the coder a chance to put their understanding of a language to the test. They also give a coder a chance to be exposed to types of problems expected to be solvable in the real world. In short, very useful and programming language (Not HTML or CSS) neutral.

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It's good to relate some mathematical problems with programming and project Euler does that. It helps you to practice and boosts your confidence.

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Actually, it's pure math. But the interesting point is here: how you use a computer language to solve a particular problem. Don't forget about one important rule: every Euler problem must be solved within 1 minute after you launch your code. So, heavy codes must be changed into flexible ones. It's where I like it. So, Euler problems help you not only explore a computer language, but also requires you to bring out short'n'sweet way of execution.