Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 September 2011 22:02
The Euler Project provides a set of exercises, especially suited for novices in programming languages. Should you wish to take part in the competition, register at their website; and if you don't mind the spoiler, have a look at the solutions in Haskell. On this page I accumulate the algorithms written in OCaml. Contributions and questions are welcome at ocaml(at)christiankissig.de .
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Last Updated on Sunday, 18 September 2011 16:49
I keep receiving emails with problems sets and questions about OCaml programming mostly from readers of the "99 Problems in OCaml". Many thanks to those who wrote me! I am happy to reply as soon as I can, however note the following :
- Please don't send me problem sets from assessed coursework. Assignments are meant for you to thrive on, and for your teachers to measure your/their progress.
- Don't send me problem sets handed out by companies for interviewing purposes. If you don't manage the application procedure, you won't cope with your job.
- If you do send me a problem to solve, expect me to make the solution available to the public. If you need me to not undisclose either problem or solution, indicate it in your email.
- Send your question/problem to ocaml(at)christiankissig.de.
Below you find the solutions to some problems.
Read more: Problems in OCaml