Here is another prime number problem. Again, I re-used my prime number sieve, which I called whenever a remainder was to be calculated. I suppose I could have sped things up a bit by pre-calculating the primes, but this routine still runs in only a few minutes and does the trick.

Haskell’s list manipulation capabilities are simply amazing. The one thing I wasn’t sure about was if asking for the list head in main was sufficient to end the routine. Note that the list comprehension is based on [1,3..] which is open ended. Obviously, it did end, otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this and I’d still be staring at the prompt.

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```import Data.List.Ordered
pri :: [Integer]
pri = 2 : sieve [3,5..] where
sieve [] = []
sieve (p:xs) = p : sieve (xs `minus` [p*p, p*p+2*p..])
calcRem :: Integer -> Integer
calcRem n = (((pri!!(x-1))-1)^x + ((pri!!(x-1))+1)^x) `rem` (pri!!(x-1))^2
where x = fromIntegral n
main = print $ head [x | x <- [1,3..], calcRem x > 10^10]