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Ants
Ashley Nathan Feniello
Gram's blog has been pretty fun to follow. Like with Project Euler , I constantly want to implement each thing he talks about (e.g. Monadic Coconuts , Towers of Hanoi ). Here now is " The Wondering Ant ": open System.Drawing open System.Windows.Forms let rec ant (x, y) (dx, dy) g...
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5 Jan 2010
Blog Post:
Monadic Piles of Coconuts
Ashley Nathan Feniello
After reading the “coconut” problem over on my friend’s blog , I thought it would be fun to solve it with a silly brute force approach. First, go read his post and then come back here. let take n = let m = n - 1 // give one to the monkey if m % 5 = 0 // can divide remainder...
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14 Dec 2009
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Towers of Hanoi
Ashley Nathan Feniello
A friend of mine is starting a pretty fun looking math blog . His first post is on Towers of Hanoi . I'm sure he'll tackle it with some slick mathematics, but my usual M.O. is to convert everything to code. I remember this "Hello Recursive World" from SICP in Scheme; looks better in F#: let rec hanoi...
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12 Dec 2009
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