2021.12.01 in #541
Some prime thoughts on divisors
Not a regular blogger, Peter, but a unique style of discussion. I really appreciate the points he brought to the discussion table. Great work, keep it up.
2021.12.08 in #542
Clarity versus brevity
A very unique style of blogging, focussed on task analysis. Keep it up. Great work.
2021.12.20 in #544
Illuminating the Ulam
Great task analysis of the Ulam Sequence task. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
2021.12.27 in #545
How to find palindromes quickly
Cool use of regex to find Palindromes. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
2022.01.04 in #546
Large primes and curious fractions
Peter's discussion of the '10001st Prime Number' task is not be missed IMHO. Thank you Peter for your contributions..
2022.01.11 in #547
Chop off their heads and conquer the Pentagon (week 147)
Peter's blog post is pure information and fun. Highly recommended.
2022.01.17 in #548
Numbers in words and Cardano triplets
Peter choose to discuss his Cardano Triplets solution. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
2022.02.01 in #550
Fibo, nacci, Fibonacci, nacciFibonacci, FibonaccinacciFibonacci ...
I simply loved the blog post title - very unique. Peter's frank discussion in the post is worth reading, you don't want to miss it.
2022.02.10 in #551
Locate a leaf and rob a road
Peter's blog post is pure task analysis which is, again, one of the benefits of having a blog post. Thanks Peter for sharing your thought process.
2022.02.18 in #552
Lots of angles this week
For me, the highlight of Peter's blog is his task analysis skill. Simply love it. Thanks for sharing.
2022.02.21 in #553
!Task one is quite easy. Factorions are quite rare.
Peter shared very interesting point about the Left Factorials task. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.02.28 in #554
Perming Perl plus Padovan primes
Short and precise blog to explain Peter's solutions. Thanks for sharing.
2022.03.10 in #555
Breakdown of a task into smaller subtasks, makes it so easy to follow. Thank you for sharing the knowledge.
2022.03.17 in #556
Pernicious and weird ...
Peter's blog make sure all the fun bits are shared. Thanks for sharing the knowledge with us every week.
2022.03.22 in #557
Peter's blog shares the fun behind the solution and is always a pleasure to read. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.03.30 in #558
All about primes
Multiple versions of the task are provided! Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us!
2022.04.14 in #560
Four is magic and Equilibrium Indices
Peter brought an interesting subject to the discussion table, and you definitely don't want to miss it. Thanks for sharing.
2022.04.18 in #561
Abecedarian words and pangrams
A very interesting discussion about the maths behind the task. Always fun to read the blog. Thanks for sharing.
2022.04.26 in #562
Checksums and early encryption
Short and sweet blog sharing the details of the contributions. Keep it up great work.
2022.05.03 in #563
Lot of ands and a strange grid
The short and sweet narration is really impressive. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.05.09 in #564
Palindromic primes and moody numbers
Breaking task into simple and easy steps makes it lots of fun. Amazing quality to have, thanks for sharing your knowledge.
2022.05.18 in #565
Dots, lines and whatever fits best
Peter has a lot to say this week as SVG is his favourite subject. It shows in the blog details. Keep it up great work.
2022.05.23 in #566
Algorithm laid out clearly for anyone to get to the bottom of the task. Thank you for sharing the knowledge.
2022.05.30 in #567
Prime, ePrim, mePri, imePr, rimeP ... and Gamma
I loved the Peter's choice of regex and substr() version. I simply love the story telling style. Keep it up great work.
2022.06.06 in #568
More funny numbers ... and a very big one
Peter's use of f(23) is quite interesting. The short and precise discussion makes it all fun to read. Keep it up great work.
2022.06.13 in #569
Brilliant and Achilles
Clean algorithm and easy to follow. A compact yet effective blog, you don't want to miss it.
2022.06.21 in #570
Primorials and Kronecker products
Peter's style of story telling is very catchy, hard to resist. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.07.01 in #571
Abundantly odd and ... Oh dear!
Nice little story for this week solution. I really enjoy reading. Thank you.
2022.07.07 in #572
Tricky partitions and easy stats
Loved the task analysis and breakdown. It makes it so easy to solve. Thanks for sharing.
2022.07.11 in #573
Aesthetics and a fast-growing sequence
I really enjoy the mention of eponymous cat. I am sure you will find it interesting too.
2022.07.19 in #574
Disarium disaster and rank permutations
Disarium disaster? I loved the term. Smart decision to avert the disaster. Well done.
2022.07.25 in #575
Dates, and more recursively defined numbers
Peter style of blogging is more like a discussion. It is always fun to follow his approach to each task. Keep it great work.
2022.08.01 in #576
More funny numbers - permutable and reversible
Short and precise commentary on the weekly task. I really enjoyed it. Keep it up great work.
2022.08.08 in #577
Damm and Cyclops
A very interesting discussion about the second task. Worth checking it out. Thanks for sharing.
2022.08.16 in #578
QIBs and days - fun tasks for a sunny day
Peter style of blogging is quite engaging as always. You will find plenty of gems. Thanks for sharing.
2022.09.05 in #581
Alphabetical and days hotter sentences
Short and sweet, logical reasoning. Nice attempt.
2022.09.15 in #582
Find the biggest and the deepest
Story telling narrative of weekly task is irresistable. Thanks for everything.
2022.09.22 in #583
Unique arrays and differing dates
I love the blog style, simple and straight to the point. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.09.28 in #584
Sequence numbers and split arrays
Short and compact task analysis of the weekly challenge. Thanks for sharing.
2022.10.03 in #585
Another cool demo of regex in action. Task analysis is interesting too. Thanks for your contribution.
2022.10.10 in #586
Merge like a zip and Unidecode
Smart hack and clever solutions to both the tasks. Loved it. Thank you.
2022.10.19 in #587
Foo meets Bar and the wizardly trio
What a nice story around the date related task. Thanks for sharing the story. Well done.
2022.10.27 in #588
Divisible pairs and reduce to nothing
Nice discussion of every aspect of the task, Great job.
2022.10.31 in #589
The smallest greater and the shortest slice
Simplified task analysis which is easy to follow. Pure blogging, well done.
2022.11.07 in #590
Capital test and ambiguous encoding
Well crafted breakdown of the task makes it so easy to follow. Keep it up great work.
2022.11.14 in #591
The twice largest and number of cuties
Cute use of recursive subroutine to solve the task "Cute List". Great work, keep it up.
2022.11.21 in #592
Flipping easy and distributing fairly
Pure discussion of task, just like story telling. You really don't want to skip it.
2022.11.28 in #593
All the binaries and find the odd man out
Interesting narration of task analysis. You should definitely check it out.
2022.12.07 in #594
Completing the time and levelling the letters
Compact collection of various test cases. This makes the logic easy to follow. Keep it up great work.
2022.12.13 in #595
Some numbers are special and others are frequent and even
Plenty to learn how to speed up your solutions. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.12.19 in #596
Pattern 132 and sequential runs
Nice and easy task analysis. There is always something to learn.
2023.01.04 in #598
Mind the gap!
Thanks for sharing the sort fun. Thanks for your contributions.
2023.01.10 in #599
All good things
Use of regular for loop is enough this week. Thanks for sharing.
2023.01.17 in #600
Slicing and dicing a double century
The simplest solution yet very compact. I am impressed. Well done.
2023.01.23 in #601
201: Missing numbers and piles of pennies
Some smart tricks used in the solutions. Thanks for sharing.
2023.02.01 in #602
Three odd things in the valleys
Cool one-liner in Perl and interesting task analysis. Great work.
2023.02.06 in #603
Quads and directory enquiries
Practical discussion around the task makes it easy to follow the solution. Well done.
2023.02.13 in #604
Climbing or falling and reshaping the matrix
I would give full marks for clean blog style. The discussion and code side-by-side makes life so simple. Well done, keep it up.
2023.02.22 in #605
Weekly challenge 205
Task analysis of both tasks is well drafted, specially the second one. Just loved it. Thanks.
2023.02.27 in #606
Weekly challenge 206
The task analysis is so fun to read. You learn a lot from the process. Keep it up great work.
2023.03.06 in #607
Weekly challenge 207
Well, I just noticed that you can test the code online. Wow, this is cool.
2023.03.13 in #608
Matching strings and missing numbers
Give it a try the online solutions. This is exceptional. Keep it up great work.
2023.03.20 in #609
An abc and @emails
Engaging task analysis that will keep you engrossed. You can even try the solution online. Cool.
2023.03.27 in #610
Kill and Collide!
Go and play with the solution online. Interesting discussion too.
2023.04.03 in #611
Striped arrays and balanced splits
Well documented with examples as always. Thanks for sharing.
2023.04.10 in #612
Lead to Gold and 1 2 3
Nice and easy to understand solution without any gimmicks. Well done.
2023.04.17 in #613
Evens go first and untangling the route
Nice demo of the complicated task as well as detailed analysis. Keep it up great work.
2023.04.24 in #614
All about points
Peter made the task appears simpler and easy to follow by his simple discussion. Bonus you get to play with his solution. Well done.
2023.05.01 in #615
Adopt a chilly ghost
Clean one-liner in Perl and well documented solution as always. Great work, keep it up.
2023.05.01 in #617
Adopt a chilly ghost
Clean one-liner in Perl and well documented solution as always. Great work, keep it up.
2023.05.08 in #616
Compact one-liner in Perl using the cool comnination of join,sort,uniq and split. Brilliant work.
2023.05.22 in #618
Multiply three and binary matrix
Dedicated member like Peter never stops contributing even when on break. Thank you for everything.
2023.05.29 in #619
Any more fares, please?
2023.06.12 in #621
Good strings and hidden sequences
2023.06.19 in #622
Get the special feeling and treat yourself with self explanatory solutions. Well done.
2023.06.26 in #623
Counting primes and maximising cash
As usual, we got well documented solutions this week, thanks for sharing.
2023.07.03 in #624
Strings and sequences
Pointed task analysis in the highlight of the blog post, my all time favourite. Thanks for sharing.
2023.07.10 in #625
Counting words and subtracting numbers
Use of clever regex is in play. Perl is unbeatable when it comes to regex. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2023.07.17 in #626
Gnirsts and nothing left
Nicely laid out solutions in Perl with detailed analysis. Thanks for your contributions.
2023.07.24 in #627
Bad luck and mathematica
Peter solving his own proposed tasks. As usual you will see the elegance every where. Thank you.
2023.07.31 in #628
Add up the singletons and clear out the list
Loved the compact one-liner in Perl with the help of CPAN module. Keep it up great work.
2023.08.07 in #629
Count the unsorted and two thirds is enough
2023.08.21 in #632
Middle aged and oldies
2023.09.04 in #633
Similar words and a rather strange ordering
2023.09.12 in #634
Duplicates and triplets
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