In Object-Oriented Programming paradigm, classes can be derived from other classes, hence inheriting fields and methods from those classes.
Java, C++, Python, Scala, etc. are some of the programming languages that exhibit the property of inheritance.
The idea of inheritance is very simple yet powerful. There can be times when we want to create a new class and there is already an existing class that includes some of the code we might be in need, so in that case we can derive our new class from the existing class. …
Given a list of numbers and a number
k, return whether any two numbers from the list add up to
For example, given
[10, 15, 3, 7] and
17, return [0, 3] since
10 + 7 is
17. Otherwise, return [-1, -1].
Bonus: Can you do this in one pass?
Similar Leetcode problem: https://leetcode.com/problems/two-sum/
Approach 1: Brute Force Method
Let’s try this to approach the problem gradually, and try this with a 2-pass approach.
(Programming Language Used: Python)
def twoSum(nums, target): res = 
for i in range(len(nums))…
Or should we call secret recipes to logical programming?
Choice is yours!
The world that we are living in is being increasingly powered by various software. We can hardly find anything being done without the use of software. Seriously, it just touches almost every aspect of our daily lives; whether keeping ourselves updated by scrolling through the news feeds, or doing office-work on spreadsheets or preparing presentations or coding, or driving in our cars or even using some smart kitchen appliances for our ease. And, have you ever wondered what powers a software? Of course, they are Algorithms.
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