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Published: 18/02/2019This is more an algorithm question but in a C++ language but I’m trying to wrap my head around how I would count up to 10 then back down to 0 in a continuous fashion. 01234567891098765 ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com


Published: 18/02/2019I have string array something like below. where sequnce of strings will be reverse order somewhere in the array. I would like to find out the sub array of this repeated string sequence in reverse orde ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I have three types of user Line Employee, manager, super admin. Manager assign points to line employee which is under him/her. Their are two types of point given one is daily and another is monthly. D ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019For instance: Table1_Attribute ABC COMPANY DEF COMPANY CUROFY Table2_Attribute ABC INC DEF My intention is to generate a table as follows: Table1_Attribute Table2_Attribute ratio ABC COMPANY ABC INC 0 ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I'm using the following algorithm for coins changing problem: for (let coin of coins){ if(change >= coin){ if (Math.floor(change/coin) > 0){ console.log(Math.floor(change/coin)+ " pièces de " + ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019their is a challange at code wars, Vasya Clerk, i saw good solutions , but im trying to get my solution work for all cases, some of them pass and some not. can thier be an adjusment to my code so it w ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I came across this problem where you were given a number N as Input and then N numbers followed (where 3<=N<=2500). These N numbers were part of an Arithmetic Progression (of size N+1 ) from whi ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019While learning R, I'd like to implement this exercise in R: I have a simple scenario which is about planning a trip. The basic scenario is to take firstly the "car", then "train", finally the "plane" ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019Suppose I have a list that defines if a user (AG) has admin access to a site (16): A: [1,2,3] B: [2,3,4] C: [3,4,5] D: [4,5,6] E: [1,2] F: [3,4] G: [5,6] I would like to get some data from each site ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019This question already has an answer here: Big O, how do you calculate/approximate it? 22 answers I am a bit confused as to how to look for the BigO of this algorithm. So far I'm thinking that the whi ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I'm currently writing a method to random a point (2D plane) and the randomed point have higher probability of being near a circle's circumference. However, the following problem occured while I try to ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019My environment is as follow: I have n number of assets ( let's say n =100) I have 2 types of maintenance (Type1 & Type2) a. Type1 maintenance occurs (f=frequency) every 20 days and it's Duration ( ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I've been working on this quicksort partition for several days and still can't fix it. I've tried debugging it with prints to see how partitions evolve when called by the main quicksort but still can' ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019Complete problem Explaination here: Click ME This is a Data Structure and Algorithms problem. Which I am stuck on currently. Please provide some light to solve it. My Approach: Looping through the arr ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I have a set of nodes, each identified by a unique integer (UID), which are arranged into one or more networks. Each network has one or more root nodes. I need to know which nodes are not connected to ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019How can I efficiently calculate the number of quadruples in an array whose product is a perfect cube? For example, if the array is [1, 2, 2, 4, 4], then the result should be 1, because that array has ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I got this homework. And have solved it in following way. I need your comments whether it is a good approach or I need to use any other data sturcture to solve it in better way. public string ReturnCo ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I would appreciate any help in figuring out the error in my code. I'm working on a recursion maze project for my Java class and have gotten completely stuck. The maze finishes and displays the steps i ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/02/2019I am trying to solve Determining DNA Health challenge from Hackerrank using python. (I have to add I am somewhat new to python 3. Still learning the language) My solution fails for test cases 7, 8 and ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 17/02/2019I have a value which needs to be returned from a method only if certain conditions are satisfied otherwise I have to return null. That method is getting 2 boolean parameters based on which further met ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 17/02/2019If I have t = #tuples (or #records) and the only other info I can exploit is the fanout F of my B+tree, is there a way to get how many leaves (#blocks for the leaves) the tree will need ? Assuming th ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com
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