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Practice programming website?

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Hey guys, I'm a programming student currently attending University for Computer Science, however; I have some spare time and I don't really feel up to a long term project at the moment. This brings me to my question, do you guys know any websites that just have challenges posted, and perhaps their answer? I really don't care what kind of projects, math related, game related, etc. I just want something to practice programming. I remember finding a website like this, but I can't find the bookmark! Regarding experience, I'm pretty basic, the most advanced thing I've made was a Tetris clone using C#/XNA.

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Check out www.projecteuler.net ... plenty of math releated problems. I recently started doing the problems on there...quite fun :)

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project euler is a great way to get you into math-related algorithms programming.

i'd solved every problem on the site as of the beginning of june/'09. they're probably added a few more headaches since though.


i have aids, but i still enjoy programming. and no that's not a joke. just want people to understand the joy of coding. it's bigger than oneself and bigger than the sum of your works within it.

if i get a cold, i die.

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