Today I am working on a summation problem made to look like building a tower out of cubic bricks. It’s fun to brute force sometimes.
Coming back to Rust code after a bit of a hiatus with a simple problem… The Two-sum problem. Finding numbers in an array. Yay, fun.
King Pinn: I Salute You. I’m driving halfway across the country and this song is on repeat. Rest in Peace Tonderai Makoni. You were awesome.
After a few weeks off I’m back to business. This is just an update post detailing plans for the rest of the year.
At last we finally have the great reveal, our mystery project was implementing RSA encryption in rust.
We build the final piece of our mystery project, a function that computes modular exponentiation. Come on in, we have large numbers.
We build another part of the mystery project by creating a function that calculates the modular multiplicative inverse of a number.
We continue our mystery project by calculating the Least Common Multiple. We also bump into the Euclidean algorithm along the way.
The first task in a new project which shall remain unnamed until it’s ready is a primality test, i.e. checking if a number is prime.
I take a look at the construct I’ve been most curious about, Rust Match. I also prove beyond a doubt that it’s a Switch statement.