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There has been some debate on the proper ways to screen programmers you intend
to hire.  A common theory is that you really need to have the programmer write
some code for you to accurately gauge their skill.  Exactly what to have them
write is another debate, but the blogosphere has recently been abuzz with this
question as a screener:

	Write a program that prints the numbers from 1 to 100.
	But for multiples of three print °»Fizz°… instead of the
	number and for the multiples of five print °»Buzz°…. For
	numbers which are multiples of both three and five
	print °»FizzBuzz°….

Pretend you've just walked into a job interview and been hit with this question.
Solve it as you would under such circumstances for this week's Ruby Quiz.