From New Scientist #1984, 1st July 1995 [link] [link]
My word processor has developed a fault. There’s one particular digit which it will not type: if you press the appropriate key absolutely nothing happens.
I can, for example, type the cube of 4 correctly, but not the square. Whereas for the larger number 78 (whose number of digits is less than the one-figure number I cannot type) I can correctly type both its cube and square.
Which digit do I keep missing out?
Between the Enigmatic Code and S2T2 sites there are now 3000 puzzles available.
On Enigmatic Code there are now 1658 Enigma puzzles available (which leaves 134 remaining to post). All 90 puzzles from the Puzzle series are available, as well as 215 from the Tantalizer series (and about 283 that are not yet posted). And we have all puzzles from the current Puzzle # series (which is ongoing, and most recently reached Puzzle #213).
And on the S2T2 site there are currently 840 Teaser puzzles available (these are also ongoing, and has just reached Teaser 3156, so there are quite a lot of those remaining. But I have been working through the published books of puzzles and newspaper archives that are available).
Along with a few additional puzzles that brings the total to the magical 3000.
If you have been playing along with me and have solved all the puzzles posted so far, then well done! It has been quite a journey.
As long as I have the time I will keep posting puzzles to the sites. Thanks to those who have contributed to the site, either by sourcing puzzles or sharing their solutions.