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native data structures

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const nums = [1, 2, 3];
const strs = Array.from('est');
nums.push(6);
nums.push(4, 9);
strs.unshift('t');
nums.length; // 6
nums[nums.length - 1]; // 9
strs[0]; // 't'
strs[2]; // 's'
nums.slice(1, 3); // [2, 3]
nums.map(n => n * 2); // [2, 4, 6, 12, 8, 18]
nums.filter(n => n % 2 === 0); // [2, 6, 4]
nums.reduce((a, n) => a + n, 0); // 25
strs.reverse(); // ['t', 's', 'e', 't']
strs.join(''); // 'test'
const nums = new Set([1, 2, 3]);
nums.add(4);
nums.add(1);
nums.add(5);
nums.add(4);
nums.size; // 5
nums.has(4); // true
nums.delete(4);
nums.has(4); // false
[...nums]; // [1, 2, 3, 5]
nums.clear();
nums.size; // 0
const items = new Map([
[1, { name: 'John' }],
[2, { name: 'Mary' }]
]);
items.set(4, { name: 'Alan' });
items.set(2, { name: 'Jeff' });
items.size; // 3
items.has(4); // true
items.get(2); // { name: 'Jeff' }
items.delete(2);
items.size; // 2
[...items.keys()]; // [1, 4]
[...items.values()]; // [{ name: 'John' }, { name: 'Alan' }]
items.clear();
items.size; // 0

hamming distance

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const hammingDistance = (num1, num2) =>
((num1 ^ num2).toString(2).match(/1/g) || '').length;
hammingDistance(2, 3); // 1

Redux Setup

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import { configureStore } from "@reduxjs/toolkit";
import { combineReducers } from "redux";
import profile from "./profile";
import auth from "./auth";
import alert from "./alert";
const reducer = combineReducers({
profile,
auth,
alert,
});
const store = configureStore({ reducer });
export default store;

Reverse a string

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const reverse = str => str.split('').reverse().join('');
reverse('hello world');
// Result: 'dlrow olleh'
function printHeap(heap, index, level) {
if (index >= heap.length) {
return;
}
console.log(" ".repeat(level) + heap[index]);
printHeap(heap, 2 * index + 1, level + 1);
printHeap(heap, 2 * index + 2, level + 1);
}
//You can call this function by passing in the heap array and the index of the root node, which is typically 0, and level = 0.
let heap = [3, 8, 7, 15, 17, 30, 35, 2, 4, 5, 9];
printHeap(heap,0,0)

unzipWith() function

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const unzipWith = (arr, fn) =>
arr
.reduce(
(acc, val) => (val.forEach((v, i) => acc[i].push(v)), acc),
Array.from({
length: Math.max(...arr.map(x => x.length))
}).map(x => [])
)
.map(val => fn(...val));
unzipWith(
[
[1, 10, 100],
[2, 20, 200],
],
(...args) => args.reduce((acc, v) => acc + v, 0)
);
// [3, 30, 300]