That is PHP, Python, and Perl. Turned out to be a lot easier than I thought. Of course these are just simple iteration loops over number ranges and some basic math. But finished three in one day ... plus did all the GitLab management stuff. I also learned I can get by pretty well with just … Continue reading Finished up Euler #1 for three Ps
I think I'm stating to get the hang of this. You can create a Merge Request directly from the Issue page. This creates both a Merge Request AND a new branch. Then you grab that branch, do work ... do work, commit to local, and push up. Don't forget to tag the commit with the … Continue reading GitLab Workflow update 2
So, I found this GitLab post about the difference between git flow, GitHub, and GitLab workflow. So, the gist of the GitLab work flow is this: Create Project Create Issues Create branches for Issues Checkout Issue branch Do work Commit work Push work up to branch Create Merge request Talk about code Code Reviews OK … Continue reading GitLab Workflow update
I finally finished Project Euler #1 in Ruby ... I say finally because it has been so long since I've even looked at Ruby code that I had to go through a few videos to get it done. But got done I did! A rant about GitLab aka I'm a dumb dumb ... I get … Continue reading Project Euler #1 Ruby Done!
Finished this one up pretty quick. I'm some what impressed with myself. It even compiled for webassembly, not like it's a super complex program.
The Challenge If we list all the natural numbers below 10 that are multiples of 3 or 5, we get 3, 5, 6 and 9. The sum of these multiples is 23. Find the sum of all the multiples of 3 or 5 below 1000. What Does It Mean? We need to add up all … Continue reading Project Euler #1 Pseudocode