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## Structure vs Union in C – Coded Approach

Hello Everyone, Today we are going to talk a bit about the difference between structure and union as in C programming language. We are going to provide a coded approach so that you could see the difference practically as the theoretic differences you can read from anywhere on the internet and your text books. Here ...

## Add Two Integers without using Arithmetic Operators

Recently came across an interesting question of adding two numbers without using any of the arithmetic operators and thought of giving it a try. The first thought of solving the question was using bit-manipulation operations. The idea was to add the numbers bit-by-bit taking any carry forward (without actually adding them and instead using bit-wise ...

## Samsung Tab3 311 Kitkat Update Issue…

The much awaited Android Kitkat update (v4.4.2) for Samsung’s latest Tab in the market so far ‘SM-T311’ was made available sometime towards the end of August-2014. While it was highly anticipated, there seems to have occurred many problems to devices after updating the firmware for Android v4.4.2. Our team experienced one such issue and the ...

## Lexicographically Bigger String

The following piece of code accepts as input a single string of characters and produces on standard output a string which would be the next string to appear in lexicographical order. Definition of Lexicographical order : wiki (Also known as The Dictionary order since lexicographical order is one in which the strings would appear in ...

## Check if a number is Fibonacci

A Fibonacci number is one which appears in the Fibonacci Sequence. To check if a given number n occurs in the Fibonacci Sequence or not we only need to check if one or both of (5*n^2 + 4) or (5*n^2 – 4) is a perfect square or not (source: wiki). Python code for the same: ...

## Pascal Triangle in C

The following C code generates on standard output a Pascal Triangle as specified on this wiki page. Specifically output in following format is generated: C /* The following code is used to print the Pascal triangle for as many rows as input by the user. */ #include<stdio.h> // begin the main function for this program ...

## Code Jam Cookie Clicker Alpha

This is a solution to the Code Jam 2014 Qualification Round problem B, Cookie Clicker Alpha. (Problem Description Link) Python __author__ = 'Coddicted' def read_case(inf): return inf.readline().split(' ') def write_case(f, i, res): f.write('Case #%d: '%i) f.write('%.7f'%res) f.write('\n') def main(): with open('data_files/B-large-practice.in', 'r') as inf, open('data_files/B-large-practice.out', 'w') as of: t = int(inf.readline()) case_cnt = 1 while ...

## Code Jam Magic Trick

This is the solution to Code Jam 2014 qualification round problem A. Magic Trick. (Problem Link) Python __author__ = 'Coddicted' def read_row(inf):     return inf.readline().strip().split(' ') def main():     with open('data_files/A−small−practice.in', 'r') as inf, open('data_files/A−small−practice.out', 'w') as of:         t = int(inf.readline())         case_cnt = 1         while case_cnt <= t:             row = int(inf.readline())             i = 1             row1 = []             while i <= 4:                 if i == row:                     row1 = read_row(inf)                 else:                     inf.readline()                 i += 1             row = int(inf.readline())             row2 = []             i = 1             while i <= 4:                 if i == row:                     row2 = read_row(inf)                 else:                     inf.readline()                 i += 1             row1 = [int(item) for item in row1]             row2 = [int(item) for item in row2]             comm = [item for item in row1 if item in row2]             if len(comm) == 1:                 of.write('Case #' + str(case_cnt) + ': ' + str(comm[0]) + '\n')                 print 'Case #' + str(case_cnt) + ': ' + str(comm[0])             elif len(comm) > 1:                 of.write('Case #' + str(case_cnt) + ': ' + 'Bad magician!' + '\n')                 print 'Case #' + str(case_cnt) + ': ' + 'Bad magician!'             else:                 of.write('Case #' + str(case_cnt) + ': ' + 'Volunteer cheated!' + '\n')                 print 'Case #' + str(case_cnt) + ': ' + 'Volunteer cheated!' ...

## To compare two folders (recursively) in Java7

Java package com.example; import java.io.File; import java.io.FileInputStream; import java.io.IOException; import java.io.InputStream; import java.security.MessageDigest; import java.util.Arrays; import java.util.HashMap; import java.util.Iterator; import java.util.Set; public class Compare { //This can be any folder locations which you want to compare File dir1 = new File("C:\\ComparisonFolder\\master"); File dir2 = new File("C:\\ComparisonFolder\\release"); public static void main(String ...args) { Compare compare = ...

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