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leonid on a roll

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Took me a while 
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lol this problem :P 
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Best answer ever

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woot 
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Level 9 (O: 
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http://projecteuler.net/problem=66, diophantine equation
i remember trying to solve this one on pencil and paper the facepalm i got after googling it was huge 
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That was really tough 
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I also recall 177 being pretty hard for being an earlier problem

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I'm just knocking out unsolved problems with most solvers
Easy 
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yess 
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hue hue 
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woohoo 
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leonid blasting through these

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fun 
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after all of the fuss about problem 218 I decided to take a look for myself
as soon as I saw the problem I knew my method of approach. so excited to try this right now EDIT: so after 30 min of pencil/paper I realized that I didn't even need to write any code WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT SHIT this question is fucking troll 
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ugh I really need to know how to code more efficiently and faster. I'm trying to blow through the early problems, and while they're obnoxiously easy, I find myself writing a lot of code, which ends up taking up a lot of time
often times my pencil/paper method is faster __ like for example, #35 asks to count up circular primes below 1 mil. code is approx 100 lines long, with the following output: im bad ;_; 
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