# Talk:Euler problems/1 to 10

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::Or just take and tails: <haskell>maximum [product . take 5 $ d | d <- take 995 $ tails digits]</haskell> | ::Or just take and tails: <haskell>maximum [product . take 5 $ d | d <- take 995 $ tails digits]</haskell> | ||

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+ | The removed Euler #3 code doesn't work e.g. for 875. -- [[User:WillNess|WillNess]] ([[User talk:WillNess|talk]]) 20:31, 16 August 2014 (UTC) |

## Latest revision as of 20:31, 16 August 2014

Should the "solution" of problem 10 not contain a way how the primes are constructed? In itself its no solution. hk

- It's in problem 3 earlier on the page. The
`primes`function is needed for the solution of many problems. Quale 16:55, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

- It's barely a solution anyway, IMHO. They've changed the problems to all primes below *two* million now, and it takes about 3 minutes to run for me (Athlon64 3200+). Exscape 18:29, 27 May 2008 (UTC)

The solution for problem 7 has an off-by-one error, no? Doesn't (!!) start indexing at 0?

The solution for problem 8 is not generic and requires check the last digits.
Below shows the problem and suggested correction for groupsOf.

groupsOf _ [] = [] groupsOf n xs = take n xs : groupsOf n ( tail xs ) groupsOf' n xs | length group < n = [] | otherwise = group : groupsOf' n ( tail xs ) where group = take n xs digits = [1,1,1,1,1,0,9,9,9,9] max5 = maximum $ map product $ groupsOf 5 digits -- 6561 (wrong) max5' = maximum $ map product $ groupsOf' 5 digits -- 1 (correct)

- Why not use and pattern matching like below?tails
maximum [product xs | xs@[_,_,_,_,_] <- map (take 5) (tails digits)]

- -- RayNbow 22:08, 24 January 2010 (UTC)

- Or just take and tails:
maximum [product . take 5 $ d | d <- take 995 $ tails digits]

- --Gorlum0 17:00, 25 February 2011 (UTC)

- Or just take and tails:

The removed Euler #3 code doesn't work e.g. for 875. -- WillNess (talk) 20:31, 16 August 2014 (UTC)