Utilities and solutions toward problems at http://projecteuler.net/ written in Python.
Go to http://project-euler-jairajs89.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ to check out the code.
I do not claim all of this code to be mine, as I have borrowed some of it, including the Miller primality test, from various sources. These sources aren't cited because I honestly do not remember where I got them from. So if you see something of yours on here, tell me and you will be cited.
Some of the static prime method in the Primes class was borrowed from NZMath. NZMath is a cool set of math modules for python which you can find at http://tnt.math.metro-u.ac.jp/nzmath/
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