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Published: 19/08/2018I recently cam across a question that is basically a variant of the following problem: We want to make an array sorted in nondecreasing order by deleting exactly one item from it. How many ways can w ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com


Published: 19/08/2018I've beern trying to solve this question but getting timeout for most test cases. Can anyone help me in optimising this? Problem Statement : You are given an array A of length N. You have to choose a ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018I have an object detection algorithm set up using TensorFlow, is there a way to remove the outliers in terms of the size of the boxes? For example, I have 20 objects detected. Let's say 17 of them are ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018I already finished another part of the code and get two sets of numbers: set1(postcode and rents in Western Australia): [['6004', '240'], ['6004', '350'], ['6004', '350'], ['6004', '315'], ['6004', '4 ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018I am thinking this with opposite associativity • + and – follow right to left associativity • * and / also follow right to left associativity • ^ follow left to right associativity Kindly help with co ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018I am trying to make an assembly language parse and from the given string i have to find all the valid commands.For the command to be valid following are the conditions: 1.first letter is a lowercase E ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018In a knockout tournament there are n number of players P0, P1,P2,P3...Pn. Every round of game will be pair for eg. 1st round > p0<>p1, p2<>p3, p4<>p5 and so on upto n.One player(winner) f ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018I have created one. Is there any logic error in this pseudocode to display Armstrong numbers between 0 and 999? 1. start 2. declare i, n, num, rem, sum 3. n=999, sum=0 4. i=0 5. if i<n, then repeat ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018I am using Spark for some large data processing. But I think this problem is kind of independent. I have following data set with some other columns:  ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018Is it even possible to implement a binary heap using pointers rather than an array? I have searched around the internet (including SO) and no answer can be found. The main problem here is that, how do ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018The algorithmic complexity for the following code is O(2^n) def genSubsets(L): res = [] if len(L) == 0: return [[]] smaller = genSubsets(L[:1]) # find all subsets without last element extra = L[1:] ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018UPDATE: It turns out in ECMAScript 6, you can enable tail call optimization using strict mode. Simply put 'use strict' at the top of the file and you're good to go. I don't understand why the bubble s ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018Not sure if this applies more to Math Stack Exchange, but I have a CSV that has a list of strings > [aaabbbcc,aaabbbcd,etc..]. I coded up a prefix compression scheme for each string where I place the ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018Starting from the most top node i.e 1 , at node 2 , there will be two adjacent nodes to visit i.e 3 and 4 . Which one should we put first in queue and print? Also please tell why. Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018I have a List of pairs like this: [ {'Name': 'first_name', 'Value': 'Joe'}, {'Name': 'last_name', 'Value': 'Smith'}, {'Name': 'gender', 'Value': 'male'} ] I want to transform it into a Dict like this: ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 19/08/2018Preface: I've already asked this question, although I had to answers at all. I am still stumped and would value any input. I've been building a platformer game with sprite kit, and I've ran into an is ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/08/2018I want to cluster people into groups based on their interests. For eg. people who like machine learning and graphs may be placed in a group and people who have interest in mathematics and economics et ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/08/2018I'm trying to identify prime numbers but it isn't working. Can anyone help me with this? Sorry I'm repeating the title since it says I can't post the question because it's mostly code. public static v ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/08/2018I am designing an application which should be based on graphs. I am not sure which is the best way to represent the graph adjacency list in memory. The requirements from the customer are quite vague, ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/08/2018For the record, I came across this question on some web coding site, but I am really interested in what I missed rather than scores. Here it goes: Implement function countNumbers that accepts a sorted ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com

Published: 18/08/2018I've been reviewing algorithms for practice, and I'm currently looking at a permutation algorithm that I quite like: void permute(char* set, int begin, int end) { int range = end  begin; if (range == ... Read moreSource: stackoverflow.com
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