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4 Life analysis – the advantages and Cons of this 4 Life analysis Opportunity

4 Life analysis, from a third party prospective, appears to be outstanding chance for the entrepreneur looking into multilevel marketing. I always like to see companies that advertise your body’s disease fighting capability, because it’s...

What Exactly Is Becoming Expected From A Hired SEO Firm?

Almost 2 full decades have elapsed since Search Engine Optimization or SEO very first showed up from the scene. The rehearse stays obscure into average company owner. But SEO assists the different google, Bing, and Yahoo to spot your website…Re...

InOrder traversal of Binary tree in Java using Recursion and Iteration

This is the second article about tree traversal algorithms using Java. In the first part, we have seen the pre-order algorithm for visiting all nodes of the binary tree and today we'll learn about the InOrder traversal. As I told you before, unli...
by javarevisited on Aug 17, 2016

Chess: random wise moves. Not possible. From a computer anyway. [OR: The futility of artificial intelligence]

In May 1997, an IBM supercomputer known as Deep Blue beat then chess world champion Garry Kasparov, who had once …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Aug 6, 2016

How to find the 3rd element from end in linked list in Java

The problem to find the 3rd element from the end in a singly linked list or nth node from the tail is one of the tricky but frequently asked linked list problems in programming job interviews. The challenge here is to solve the problem in just one pa...
by javarevisited on Jul 31, 2016

Binary Tree PreOrder Traversal in Java - Recursion and Iteration Example

Unlike linked list and array which can only be traversed linearly, there are several ways to traverse a binary tree. The tree traversal algorithms are mainly divided into two parts, depth first and breadth first. As their name suggests, in depth firs...
by javarevisited on Jul 11, 2016

Huffman information coding with example

The information theory is related to the concepts of statistical properties of messages / sources, channels, noise interference etc. The information theory is used for mathematical modeling and analysis of the communication systems, following two mai...
by Totalecer on Jun 28, 2016

How do you find length of a Singly Linked list using Loop and Recursion

Hi Guys,Here is one of the classical programming questions asked to me first time on an interview with multinational Investment bank. After that, this question has been asked to me on several occasions in other programming job interviews as well. Wha...
by javarevisited on May 21, 2016

How is Shawshank Redemption no. 1 on the IMDB Top 250 movies list?

  If you’re a movie freak like me, you’ve probably visited the IMDB Top 250 movies multiple times. I don’t know if you had the same shock as me though. How are some movies […] The post How is Shawshank Redemption no. 1 on...
by Been Bitten Food Blog on Mar 16, 2016

MCA-209 Analysis and Design of Algorithm- Syllabus and Lecture Notes

Are you doing MCA under Anna University ? Want to download Syllabus and Lecture notes of MCA-209 Analysis and Design of Algorithm ? You can get them here. Syllabus of MCA-209 Analysis and Design of Algorithm MCA-209 Analysis and Design of Algor...
by University Question Papers on Feb 23, 2016

Are Google Mobile Algorithm Tests Going On?

Dr. Pete Meyers (the one who made Mozcast) said through twitter on Friday that his tool has reported considerable changes in rankings of the mobile search results. He tweeted that a jump from 80.9% to 88.7% was seen in URLs on first page. However, a...
by SEO Company India on Feb 10, 2016

How Google Will Shift SEO in 2016

This year has started off with a bang as Google confirmed a core algorithm update halfway through January. While the revision has not been named or explained in any real terms, it has most certainly set the tone for the year ahead. These types of una...
by SiteProNews on Feb 10, 2016

How to declare and initialize a List (ArrayList and LinkedList) with values in Java

Initializing a list while declaring is very convenient for quick use, but unfortunately, Java doesn't provide any programming constructs e.g. collection literals, but there is a trick which allows you to declare and initialize a List at the same...
by javarevisited on Jan 20, 2016

Dijkstras Alogrithm – Python

Dijkstras’s algorithm or shortest path algorithm is for finding the shortest path between two nodes in a graph which represents a map or distances between places. The algorithm requires 3 inputs: distance matrix, source node and destination nod...
by letus program on Jan 12, 2016

Useful Java Code Snippets 10 - Bubble Sort in Java

Hello everyone, today's java code snippet is about bubble sorting. Bubble sort is the easiest way to sort a collection of numbers. It works by sequentially going through the array and comparing two consecutive values at a time, swapping them if nec...

Sudoku – Solver

After a long time I’m writing this post. Today, I would like to explain you one of my project which I have worked on. This my programming Languages project – A 16 X 16 Sudoku Solver with a Java Driven … Continue reading →...
by letus program on Jan 3, 2016

C Code Snippets 12 - Unique Bubble Sorting

Hello everyone, today's C code snippet is about bubble sorting. Bubble sort is the easiest way to sort a collection of numbers. It works by sequentially going through the array and comparing two consecutive values at a time, swapping them if necess...


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