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I am going to be going through the problems, posting a cumulative timing of all problems from 1 through whatever problem I am on, using Python (including time taken to import any external stuff I write/use for each problem, individually):
So far: Total time for problems 1 through 10: 0.734290 seconds edit: Total time for problems 1 through 25: 3.879866 seconds edit: Total time for problems 1 through 40: 7.787901 seconds 
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blah too tired to do more, zzzztime

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Actually one of the easier ones in the upper400 series, however

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It's taking inclusionexclusion to the extreme
Or I'm doing the wrong approach By the way, how does one get his posts become permanent? 
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For permanent posts, you must either:
1. Get in early enough to post on the first four pages Or 2: If you're on page 5+, get enough Kudos on your post so an admin can make it permanent. 
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God...
31 ms runtime (this solution was tedious as fuck) I liked this problem though since it made me refamiliarize myself with regexes as well as a bit of file I/O 
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I hated that one
I don't like those kinds of problems lol I mean, it was pretty easy and trivial but still annoying as fuck and fuck that problem 
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The xor cipher one is fun though

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New award (O: I'm gonna stick to easier ones and eventually get back to p466 By the time I reach it, I should be smart enough to know what to do 
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easy 
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some of the harder ones though are really beautiful problems, hope you can give them a try at some point (344, 361, and 415 in particular).

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also update (Python timings):
Total time for problems 1 through 70: 16.428783 seconds 
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phew 
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Ruby is not the best language if I need to check primality of over 10mil 14digit numbers 
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woot 
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Total time for problems 1 through 80: 25.627359 seconds

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easy 
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not easy 
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