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This article shows how to solve the N queens problem in 20 lines of code.
Today I learned about the piece table data structure.
Today I learned about the Damerau-Levenshtein distance used on strings in the field of genetics.
Today I learned about the skip list data structure.
This article is an in-depth analysis of Python solutions to the “Sonar Sweep” problem, which is day 1 of Advent of Code 2021.
This article will teach you about the minimax algorithm and alpha-beta pruning, from a beginner's perspective.
Today I learned that the
.join method in Python is a two-pass algorithm, and that's why joining a list comprehension is faster than a generator expression.
Today I learned about an algorithm that Python uses to sort out inheritance.
Alice and Bob are going to be locked away separately and their faith depends on their guessing random coin tosses!
Can you find out how many carriages this circular train has?
Can you measure exactly \(2\)L of water with two plain buckets with volumes of \(14\)L and \(5\)L? Of course you can!
Progress is great and new things are always exciting... but that doesn't mean old things don't have any value!