I think that with this kind of problem, you can process in two steps.
A first easy problem with small N (to test perms for example). And a harder problem with big N, which
oblige to find another algorithm.
Swap the first and last columns
Remove any row in which a NaN appears
Back to basics 10 - Max Float
peta to nano (x-ray)
length of a vector
Longest run of consecutive numbers
Pandigital Factors (Based on Euler 491)
Decimation - Optimized for speed
Some Assembly Required
Give me Hamming on five, hold the mayo
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