This is a # and this is a #Tag. Hash table and Hashing has yet lot to do. So, we have yet lot to understand. A first-class amount of background information will make the study more than interesting. Let’s settle down the dust and chew the fat! Say you have an inclination of writing a… Continue reading What is Hashing?
This note covers various types of pointers to be aware of and a few notations used with pointers. Types of Pointers Pointer: Pointer is a variable which holds the address of another variable NULL Pointer: A null pointer has a value reserved for indicating that the pointer does not refer to a valid object. It… Continue reading Pointers and Conventions (C)
Know about Fully Polynomial Randomized Approximation Schemes [FPRAS] :
Okay. We know that we need to get better in logic. This happens in many ways. One is to understand the complete picture of the problem we are working. Understanding the scenarios is important in the programming context. One needs to understand the type of environment we are now working in. Let us consider an… Continue reading The Story of X
Colors that are opposite to each other on the color wheel are called complementary colors. You can look out on web for more information. The function below takes a color as a input (hex-value) and returns its complementary color (hex-value).
Machine learning in layman’s terms is, “Machine wants to be a layman” Machine wants to see like a layman does. Machine wants to think like a layman does. Machine though computationally can perform complex things, must be capable to take some logical decisions. The computational capability is an added advantage, requiring the intelligence to self… Continue reading Machine Learning In Layman’s Terms
This post helps in better understanding of stack data structure. Let us consider an array with the name ‘array’ of size ‘n’. You can access any element of the array by specifying the appropriate index. Visualize the picture mentally and this is how probably it should look like: Let us now understand how an… Continue reading Understanding Stacks (DS)