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99 F# Problems

Steve G.
SteveGoguen
Belleville, NJ
Post #: 44
It might be a fun activity to go through the 99 Haskell Problems as a group with a prize for the person who solves the most problems first.

Here's the format: A small problem is presented, and the first person to claim they have the solution goes up front to type it in and explain his solution. His solution will then be subjected to some quick unit tests to see if it works. If he passes the test, he wins up some points (Harder problems reward more points).

In the end, people get to try their hand at solving a few problems in F# as well as seeing how others solved various canonical problems in F#.

Richard M.
user 7626912
Group Organizer
Hoboken, NJ
Post #: 2
It might be a fun activity to go through the 99 Haskell Problems as a group with a prize for the person who solves the most problems first.

Here's the format: A small problem is presented, and the first person to claim they have the solution goes up front to type it in and explain his solution. His solution will then be subjected to some quick unit tests to see if it works. If he passes the test, he wins up some points (Harder problems reward more points).

In the end, people get to try their hand at solving a few problems in F# as well as seeing how others solved various canonical problems in F#.


That's a good idea! Although, I'd probably want to pick some random ones and mix in some Project Euler so no one can do the research up front. Thanks!
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