[racket] For new Racket users

From: Sam Donow (drsam94 at gmail.com)
Date: Sun Aug 28 18:50:33 EDT 2011

For those interested in such programming "puzzles" a  good (and
"language-agnostic") website is http://projecteuler.net/ The puzzles are
mostly based in mathematics and may not be "as fun" as the python
challenge ones with their pictures and such, but I believe it is what some
of the responders here said they would be looking for.  In addition to that,
Racket is rather underrepresented on project euler (13/180,000 users)


On Sun, Aug 28, 2011 at 6:11 PM, Matthias Felleisen <matthias at ccs.neu.edu>wrote:

> Eli, your 'bot' attached as the backend to a wescheme style front-end
> editor could be the core of such an on-line puzzle site. We could even make
> it language-agnostic in some ways: racket/base, racket, typed/racket, lazy,
> algol60, frtime, etc. -- Matthias
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