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Factorial of N

0 likes • Nov 19, 2022
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print indices

AustinLeath
0 likes • Nov 18, 2022
Python
# List
lst = [1, 2, 3, 'Alice', 'Alice']
# One-Liner
indices = [i for i in range(len(lst)) if lst[i]=='Alice']
# Result
print(indices)
# [3, 4]

Distinct Primes Finder > 1000

AustinLeath
0 likes • Nov 18, 2022
Python
primes=[]
products=[]
def prime(num):
if num > 1:
for i in range(2,num):
if (num % i) == 0:
return False
else:
primes.append(num)
return True
for n in range(30,1000):
if len(primes) >= 20:
break;
else:
prime(n)
for previous, current in zip(primes[::2], primes[1::2]):
products.append(previous * current)
print (products)

Reverse a linked list

CodeCatch
0 likes • Nov 19, 2022
Python
# Python program to reverse a linked list
# Time Complexity : O(n)
# Space Complexity : O(n) as 'next'
#variable is getting created in each loop.
# Node class
class Node:
# Constructor to initialize the node object
def __init__(self, data):
self.data = data
self.next = None
class LinkedList:
# Function to initialize head
def __init__(self):
self.head = None
# Function to reverse the linked list
def reverse(self):
prev = None
current = self.head
while(current is not None):
next = current.next
current.next = prev
prev = current
current = next
self.head = prev
# Function to insert a new node at the beginning
def push(self, new_data):
new_node = Node(new_data)
new_node.next = self.head
self.head = new_node
# Utility function to print the linked LinkedList
def printList(self):
temp = self.head
while(temp):
print temp.data,
temp = temp.next
# Driver program to test above functions
llist = LinkedList()
llist.push(20)
llist.push(4)
llist.push(15)
llist.push(85)
print "Given Linked List"
llist.printList()
llist.reverse()
print "\nReversed Linked List"
llist.printList()

Bitonic sort

CodeCatch
0 likes • Nov 19, 2022
Python
# Python program for Bitonic Sort. Note that this program
# works only when size of input is a power of 2.
# The parameter dir indicates the sorting direction, ASCENDING
# or DESCENDING; if (a[i] > a[j]) agrees with the direction,
# then a[i] and a[j] are interchanged.*/
def compAndSwap(a, i, j, dire):
if (dire==1 and a[i] > a[j]) or (dire==0 and a[i] > a[j]):
a[i],a[j] = a[j],a[i]
# It recursively sorts a bitonic sequence in ascending order,
# if dir = 1, and in descending order otherwise (means dir=0).
# The sequence to be sorted starts at index position low,
# the parameter cnt is the number of elements to be sorted.
def bitonicMerge(a, low, cnt, dire):
if cnt > 1:
k = cnt/2
for i in range(low , low+k):
compAndSwap(a, i, i+k, dire)
bitonicMerge(a, low, k, dire)
bitonicMerge(a, low+k, k, dire)
# This funcion first produces a bitonic sequence by recursively
# sorting its two halves in opposite sorting orders, and then
# calls bitonicMerge to make them in the same order
def bitonicSort(a, low, cnt,dire):
if cnt > 1:
k = cnt/2
bitonicSort(a, low, k, 1)
bitonicSort(a, low+k, k, 0)
bitonicMerge(a, low, cnt, dire)
# Caller of bitonicSort for sorting the entire array of length N
# in ASCENDING order
def sort(a,N, up):
bitonicSort(a,0, N, up)
# Driver code to test above
a = [3, 7, 4, 8, 6, 2, 1, 5]
n = len(a)
up = 1
sort(a, n, up)
print ("\n\nSorted array is")
for i in range(n):
print("%d" %a[i]),
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mydb = mysql.connector.connect(
host="localhost",
user="yourusername",
password="yourpassword"
)
mycursor = mydb.cursor()
mycursor.execute("CREATE DATABASE mydatabase")

find parity outliers

CodeCatch
0 likes • Nov 19, 2022
Python
from collections import Counter
def find_parity_outliers(nums):
return [
x for x in nums
if x % 2 != Counter([n % 2 for n in nums]).most_common()[0][0]
]
find_parity_outliers([1, 2, 3, 4, 6]) # [1, 3]