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Solving Project Euler is an ideal way to learn a new programming language. It's also a great way to explore the new features of C#3.0, as these samples show. Commentary can be found at http://blog....
Solving Project Euler is an ideal way to learn a new programming language. It's also a great way to explore the new features of C#3.0, as these samples show. Commentary can be found at http://blog.functionalfun.net.
Popular tags: C# 3.0, C#, Mathematics, Functional, .NET 3.5, LINQ
Downloads: 12 | Started: May 4 2008  | Contributors: 1
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Jun 12 2010
The Mersenne Twister is a rather well-known algorithm for generating pseudo-random numbers. It is fast and has a huge period (range over which it doesn't repeat itself), which makes it ideal for si...
The Mersenne Twister is a rather well-known algorithm for generating pseudo-random numbers. It is fast and has a huge period (range over which it doesn't repeat itself), which makes it ideal for simulation. However, the sequence can be guessed after only 624 numbers have been generated, so it is not useful for cryptography. It was first published in 1998 by Makoto Matsumoto and Takuji Nishimura using C code.
Popular tags: Algorithm, Mathematics, Mersenne Twister, PRNG, Random, RNG, Simulation
Downloads: 11 | Started: Feb 21 2008  | Contributors: 1
1.1
Feb 26 2008
This project contains a growing library of C# 3.0 code that demonstrates many of the new language features, in the context of a set of well-bounded mathematics puzzles. Because the puzzles are smal...
This project contains a growing library of C# 3.0 code that demonstrates many of the new language features, in the context of a set of well-bounded mathematics puzzles. Because the puzzles are small, the code is well bounded, which makes it easier to understand the demonstrated language features. This set of samples contains one way to implement the probles on Project Euler (http://projecteuler.net/index.php?section=problems) They are not necessarily the only way to solve the problems. I implemnted them in this way in order to demonstrate particualr features of C#, and in particular, C# 3.0. Finally, I chose to demonstrate that not every problem requires you to change all your normal habits. In many of the problems, I'll use features already in C# 1.x or C# 2.0. Often, the old features work just fine. In fact, sometimes, familiar idioms will make it easier for developers to understand the code. Over time, each new release will included more samples. There will be one new release per week. Each release will contain 3 new answers.
Popular tags: Mathematics, C#, C# 3.0
Downloads: 7 | Started: Mar 26 2008  | Contributors: 1
Problems 1-3
Mar 25 2008
The Optimization Domain Specific Language (ODSL) shipping in the current CTP of F# is built with the new Microsoft Solver Foundation. Solver Foundation is a framework of solvers and modeling serv...
The Optimization Domain Specific Language (ODSL) shipping in the current CTP of F# is built with the new Microsoft Solver Foundation. Solver Foundation is a framework of solvers and modeling services enabling planning, risk modeling, and scheduling for .NET developers. It is integrated with the full power of the NETfx 3.5+ platform including LINQ for declarative binding to enterprise databases. Solver Foundation is delivered in a single, compact, CLS-compliant library.
Downloads: 0 | Started: Aug 29 2008  | Contributors: 3
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