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I figured CodeCanyon would be the best place to post this. Do any of you go through the puzzles and problems at http://projecteuler.net/ in your free time? I was never even really a math guy, but I spend way too much time on that site :D

Any others? What is your programming language of choice for the problems? I’ve been using Python for most of the questions and it seems to be a good enough language to solve them with.

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I’ve never heard of it but it seems like a great way of staying mentally active, that being said, just looking at some of those problems hurts my precious brain, lol. I’ve never been big on maths though :D.
I’d use JavaScript B) Haha

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