Hi,
I was advised that this website can help me learn to code better so that I may perform better in solving "leet" code type examples during interviews. I've been out of school for a long time and don't remember much math if any and my style of coding is pretty much brute force where I'm basically analyzing each element one at a time. I read somewhere about how I need to write code following the log(n) method. Will the projecteuler.net questions help me learn how to code more efficiently following the log(n) principles? Any good resource material on what exactly log(n) is?
Thanks!
Project Euler  Learning to code efficiently

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Re: Project Euler  Learning to code efficiently
https://hackernoon.com/whatittookto ... c01240266b
Something to ponder until a(n official) Project Euler reply is posted and...
Something mOre...
https://medium.freecodecamp.org/allyou ... d575e7eec4
((EDIT in parenthesis))
Something to ponder until a(n official) Project Euler reply is posted and...
Something mOre...
https://medium.freecodecamp.org/allyou ... d575e7eec4
((EDIT in parenthesis))
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