### Project Euler in PLT Scheme

Nov. 21st, 2010 01:49 am**roddy**

When I get depressed, I program. I recently found myself in a severe funk, so I started looking around for some interesting programming projects to do.

Enter Project Euler. (For the uninitiated or uninformed, that's pronounced "Oiler", not "Yew-ler.") Project Euler contains a series of over 300 mathematical and logical problems of various difficulties. The idea is, with all these programming languages available, a solution should be possible.

I decided, for the sake of being different, that I'd do my Project Euler problems in PLT Scheme.

Enter Project Euler. (For the uninitiated or uninformed, that's pronounced "Oiler", not "Yew-ler.") Project Euler contains a series of over 300 mathematical and logical problems of various difficulties. The idea is, with all these programming languages available, a solution should be possible.

I decided, for the sake of being different, that I'd do my Project Euler problems in PLT Scheme.

- Add all the natural numbers below one thousand that are multiples of 3 or 5. (19 November 2010)