# Arithmetics Problem Generator

Having no creativity to build problems myself yet trying to train 9 yo buddy in arithmetics, a small application is here to help generate problem to solve to get familiar with operator priorities and basic math.

Tweaking code back and forth can make it more or less complex. Regular expression replace by pattern erases all answers from end of lines and the text is ready to be printed for the one being trained.

```180 - 70 - (6460 + 91 - 6) : 77 + (152 - 74 + 2733 - 67) : (4606 : 47) = ?
(1747 - (153 - 66)) : (43 + 125 - (117 - 32)) - 13 * 1 = 7
21 + 145 - (155 - 79) - 120 : 10 - (99 + 560 : 56 - 96) = 65
2 * (270 + 40) : 62 + (139 - 60 + 8753) : (40 + 29) - (180 - (149 - 36 - (91 - 63))) = 43
(4071 - 12 + 2640 : 80) : (98 - (46 + 35 + 7) + 34) = 93
151 + 39 - 45 - (59 + 62 - 33 - (61 - (70 - 46))) = 94
1 * 11 * 4 - (185 - 73 - (118 + 54 + 14 - 89)) = 29
122 - 83 + 81 - (1 + 8) - (101 - 42 - 5 * 2) = 62
254 - 82 - 65 - ((3342 + 13) : 55 + 118 - 96) + (41 * 2 - 38) * 0 * 95 = 24
(1 * 35 + 204 - 87 - 79 + 4 + 5 - (16 + 2758) : (81 - 43)) * 2133 : 79 : 27 = 9```

A binary [Win32] and partial Visual C++ .NET 2010 source code are available from SVN.

If you just need an infinite source of things to crack, it’s here also: 01.txt.