During the latest COVID lock down, scrolling randomly through the internet, I stumbled on Project Euler, a series of mathematical/computer programming problems. A while back I solved a Google code jam challenge with Structured Text. So I thought it would be fun to try a few challenges with Structured Text. This also gave me the opportunity to try Jacob’s open source unit test library TcUnit.
After completing the first 2 challenges it occurred to me that it might be fun to publish a repo on Github with this project, to see if I can get more people to solve challenges and on the fly creating a lot of mathematical Structured Text example code.
You help is wanted
If everybody who reads this, solves one open challenge. We should have a cool database of Structured Text in no time.
I’m convinced, how should I start
Awesome! Follow these steps:
- Read the read me of the repo.
- Clone the repository.
- Pick your problem.
- Implement your solution in Structured Text.
- Test your solution.
- File a pull request (or back to step 4 if the test fails :-)).
Some final words
As mentioned this is just an experiment for fun, but it would be cool to build mathematical Structured Text library.
I appreciate all help, suggestion and remarks!