## Thursday, April 30, 2015

April 2015
• April 30th, 2015: "SHOW ME DA MONAY!" http://lpaste.net/3352992723589136384 for today's #haskell problem
Simple? Sure! Solution? Yes. http://lpaste.net/7331259237240143872
• April 29th, 2015: We take stock of the Stochastic Oscillator http://lpaste.net/8447434917217828864 for today's #haskell problem #trading We are so partially stoched for a partial solution for the Stochastic Oscillator http://lpaste.net/4307607333212520448
• April 28th, 2015: Today's #haskell puzzle as a ken-ken solver http://lpaste.net/6211501623257071616 a solution (beyond my ... ken) is defined at http://lpaste.net/929006498481176576
• April 27th, 2015: Rainy days and Mondays do not stop the mail, nor today's #haskell problem! http://lpaste.net/6468251516921708544 The solution posted at http://lpaste.net/6973841984536444928 … shows us view-patterns and how to spell the word 'intercalate'.
• April 24th, 2015: Bidirectionally (map) yours! for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/1645129197724631040 A solution to this problem is posted at http://lpaste.net/540860373977268224
• April 23rd, 2015: Today's #haskell problem looks impossible! http://lpaste.net/6861042906254278656 So this looks like this is a job for ... KIM POSSIBLE! YAY! @sheshanaag offers a solution at http://lpaste.net/131309 .
• April 22nd, 2015: "I need tea." #BritishProblems "I need clean data" #EveryonesPipeDream "Deletia" today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/2343021306984792064 Deletia solution? Solution deleted? Here ya go! http://lpaste.net/5973874852434542592
• April 21st, 2015: In which we learn about Tag-categories, and then Levenshtein distances between them http://lpaste.net/2118427670256549888 for today's #haskell problem Okay, wait: is it a group of categories or a category of groups? me confused! A solution to today's #haskell at http://lpaste.net/8855539857825464320
• April 20th, 2015: Today we can't see the forest for the trees, so let's change that http://lpaste.net/3949027037724803072 A solution to our first day in the tag-forest http://lpaste.net/4634897048192155648 ... make sure you're marking your trail with breadcrumbs!
• April 17th, 2015: No. Wait. You wanted line breaks with that, too? Well, why didn't you say so in the first place? http://lpaste.net/8638783844922687488 Have some curry with a line-breaky solution at http://lpaste.net/8752969226978852864
• April 16th, 2015: "more then." #okaythen Sry, not sry, but here's today's #haskell problem: http://lpaste.net/6680706931826360320 I can't even. lolz. rofl. lmao. whatevs. And a big-ole-blob-o-words is given as the solution http://lpaste.net/2810223588836114432 for today's #haskell problem. It ain't pretty, but... there it is
• April 15th, 2015: Poseidon's trident or Andrew's Pitchfork analysis, if you prefer, for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/5072355173985157120
• April 14th, 2015: Refining the SMA-trend-ride http://lpaste.net/3856617311658049536 for today's #haskell problem. Trending and throttling doesn't ... quite get us there, but ... solution: http://lpaste.net/9223292936442085376
• April 13th, 2015: In today's #haskell problem we learn zombies are comonadic, and like eating SMA-brains. http://lpaste.net/8924989388807471104 Yeah. That. Hold the zombies, please! (Or: when \$40k net profit is not enough by half!) http://lpaste.net/955577567060951040
• April 10th, 2015: Today's #haskell problem delivered with much GRAVITAS, boils down to: don't be a dumb@\$\$ when investing http://lpaste.net/5255378926062010368 #KeepinItReal The SMA-advisor is REALLY chatty, but how good is it? TBD, but here's a very simple advisor: http://lpaste.net/109712 Backtesting for this strategy is posted at http://lpaste.net/109687 (or: how a not so good buy/sell strategy give you not so good results!)
• April 9th, 2015: A bit of analysis of historical stock data http://lpaste.net/6960188425236381696 for today's #haskell problem A solution to the SMA-analyses part is posted at http://lpaste.net/3427480809555099648
• April 8th, 2015: MOAR! MOAR! You clamor for MOAR real-world #haskell problems, and how can I say no? http://lpaste.net/5198207211930648576 Downloading stock screens Hint: get the screens from a web service; look at, e.g.: https://code.google.com/p/yahoo-finance-managed/wiki/YahooFinanceAPIs A 'foldrM'-solution to this problem is posted at http://lpaste.net/2729747257602605056
• April 7th, 2015: Looking at a bit of real-world #haskell for today's stock (kinda-)screen-scraping problem at http://lpaste.net/5737110678548774912 Hint: perhaps you'd like to solve this problem using tagsoup? https://hackage.haskell.org/package/tagsoup *GASP* You mean ... it actually ... works? http://lpaste.net/1209131365107236864 A MonadWriter-y tagsoup-y Monoidial-MultiMap-y solution
• April 6th, 2015: What do three men teaching all of high school make, beside today's #haskell problem? http://lpaste.net/667230964799242240 Tired men, of course! Thanks, George Boole! Three Men and a High School, SOLVED! http://lpaste.net/7942804585247145984
• April 3rd, 2015: reverseR that list like a Viking! Rrrrr! for today's problem http://lpaste.net/8513906085948555264 … #haskell Totes cheated to get you the solution http://lpaste.net/1880031563417124864 used a library that I wrote, so, like, yeah, totes cheated! ;)
• April 2nd, 2015: We're breaking new ground for today's #haskell problem: let's reverse lists... relationally. And tag-type some values http://lpaste.net/389291192849793024 After several fits and starts @geophf learns how to reverse a list... relationally http://lpaste.net/7875722904095162368 and can count to the nr 5, as well
• April 1st, 2015: Take a drink of today's #haskell problem: love potion nr9 http://lpaste.net/435384893539614720 because, after all: all we need is love, la-di-dah-di-da! A solution can be found au shaque d'amour posted at http://lpaste.net/6859866252718899200

## Wednesday, April 1, 2015

March 2015
• March 31st, 2015: Today's #haskell exercise has us looking for a really big pandigital prime http://lpaste.net/6128183741660528640 ... like: REALLY big. Maybe.
• March 30th, 2015: A little math-problem to ease us into the week, suggested by @jamestanton http://lpaste.net/845208190432837632 3 consecutive integers that are co-composed
• March 27th, 2015: Today's #haskell problem is unification of multiple free variables http://lpaste.net/370356889654919168 We find this to be 'CoSimple.' 34 lines (and a new n-to-1 data mapping-type) defining not a 'CoSimple' unifier but now an 'UnSimple' one. http://lpaste.net/8114086012700852224 Ugh!
• March 26th, 2015: Unification is interesting! http://www.cs.uu.nl/research/techreps/repo/CS-2008/2008-027.pdf (Functional Unification paper) Let's look at the unification-problem for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/1572781401336446976 We define simple unification (of up to one free logic variable) in a module called unification.simple, oddly enough. http://lpaste.net/5064654031335456768
• March 25th, 2015: In Old Norse, words end with 'R' (not all). For today's #Haskell problem, relations end with 'R' http://lpaste.net/8067966125595426816 Where I learn to speak Old Norse with a slightly better accent: unifying lists with headR and tailR http://lpaste.net/4854317134819360768 with unifyLists
• March 24th, 2015: For today's #haskell problem we learn that 'kayso' is a word, and we edge a bit more toward pure relational calculushttp://lpaste.net/5312260085655797760 A solution to this relational-calculus problem that is defined over Data/Control logic modules: http://lpaste.net/5718036917765799936
• March 23rd, 2015: WHO KNEW a chance meeting with @webyrd at the POPL06 would lead to today's #haskell problem? http://lpaste.net/7445712320312901632 μBikini I mean: μKanren And the solution implies that monadic-list states are logic programming? http://lpaste.net/8325001449901654016 Perhaps.
• March 19th, 2015: We now learn signal spreads ... like ... margarine! for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/4389894538622140416
• March 18th, 2015: For today's #haskell problem we learn that Jupiter's moon Europa is made from Froyo, and custard! Mmmm! http://lpaste.net/127272
• March 17th, 2015: No quaternions were harmed in today's #haskell π-problem IN SPACE! http://lpaste.net/7134990338598371328
• March 16th, 2105: In space, no one can here you scream "@NASA" (nor anything else for that matter. Today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/7238728062383161344
• March 14th, 2015: Happy π day! A plain-text version of these NASA π-in-space puzzles are available at http://lpaste.net/7533371868384854016
• March 13th, 2015: Okay, ladies and gentlemen, today, in honor of tomorrow being π day, let's take a #coercive #logic break and π it up! http://lpaste.net/7075392225642807296
• March 12th, 2015: I wonder if the suitor's surname is Quinehttp://lpaste.net/5006337360527360000 for today's #haskell problem #coercive #logic
• March 10th, 2015: For today's #haskell problem, we wonder if Balikaya is Aharmanite or Mazdaysian http://lpaste.net/6972955679380209664 #scheherazade #coercive #logic
• March 9th, 2015: In which Iskandar is asked Kamar's Children's ages in Scheherazade's #haskell metapuzzle http://lpaste.net/8990755663210610688 #coercive #logic
• March 6th, 2015: Champernowne's constant for today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/6911025218794291200 Please let me know if you can NOT access this problem: I've marked it private as previous ones are being modified in place. DON'T DO THAT!  In which we show @geophf triumphs with brütish-forcisms for today's #haskell solution http://lpaste.net/2944338052937416704
• March 5th, 2015: For today's #haskell problem, we ponder why they aren't calledLEFT-triangles. Is it a plot? http://lpaste.net/121797 Leftist triangles are subject to the (IO) State (monad) ... geddit? #sigh never mind anyway, solution: http://lpaste.net/122143 Or, put another way: in which we see @geophf can not have a function type that includes -> Int -> ... AND, we really need MapReduce here!
• March 4th, 2015: Truncatable primes (11 in all) are asking to be solved in today's projecteuler.com #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/121528 This @1HaskellADay problem turned into a _TWO_day solution! Worth it? Why, yes, after redesigning _TWO_ libraries! http://lpaste.net/122503
• March 3rd, 2015: There's more than a 1-in-a-million chance there are 'sum' double palindromic numbers in today's #haskell problem http://lpaste.net/121470 The solution was not too hard, M. Euler! http://lpaste.net/121471
• March 2nd, 2015: What-what! abcde * fghij is equal to ... well, something, it appears. http://lpaste.net/121421 and the prob1, prob2 winners are ...http://lpaste.net/121466 A solution to today's #haskell problem.