- Level 5, 1/6/18
- Level 4, 4/12/17
- 12/16: Baby Steps
- 12/16: The Journey Begins
- 12/16: Decathlete
- 12/16: Easy Prey
- 1/2/17: Flawless 50
- 1/6/17: Easy As Pi
- 4/29/17: Daring Dozen
- 5/2/17: On the Ball , I saw that many people were solving this one, so I went after it. Brute force failed, but spotted something and then it was done. This was problem 601
- 6/20/17: One Percenter . This has been my most immediate goal for several months..
- 1/4/18: Decimation I .
- C++, at least for now.
- I'm not proud, I'll brute force something if I can.
- But I will do better if I know how.

- STL - yes.
- Algorithms library, limited yes
- If I know the algorithm, especially if I have presented it somewhere yes.

- Learn new parts of the STL and Algorithms library.
- Code:
- Should be within a quick fix of presentable.

- The code needs to compute the answer, not just a list of possibilities that I pick from.
- If I can solve it by hand, I might.
- Working on a sieve based primes object.
- Should build an infinite precision integer class.
- Adding 100 - 50 digit numbers

- I actually did a few dynamic programming problems with a dynamic programming solution
- One trick solves at least four problems.

- That nice long "your solution is correct" delay when you solve a problem.
- Problem 101. I did a prototype in pseudo octave, then tried a solution linking with octave, finally used the BOOST uBLAS library along with BOOST Multiprecision for the final answer. 2ms. Not a clever math solution, but I learned about different libraries.
- Problem number 78. Got a solution but it took too long and is not clean. I am not proud of this solution.
- Problem 66 took some time to learn the background, but then I could not produce working code to save my life. Eventually solved with a program that took 12ms.
- Problem 51 vexed me for a while, then a discovery and ...
- I semi-brute forced 70. Two minutes. Should revisit it.
- I got help from John and Doug on 162.
- Problem 160 was totally brute force, but I did learn the std::thread extension to c++14

Current Compile flags: ` -O3 -Wall -Wextra -Wuninitialized -pedantic -Wshadow -std=c++14`