This question already has an answer here:What does gcd = x < y ? x : y mean? Does it mean that gcd is equal to the smaller one between x and y?
Let's say my original Map contains the following:And I want to create a reversed Map containing the following:
I've got a list with strings and integers and want to find the minimum value of the integers, without list-slicing. Is there a work-around?
I want to be able to run a function with a variable number of parameters in Perl6, but after reading through https://docs.perl6.org/language/functions#Arguments I don't see how it can be done. I see numerous links for other languages, and a warning that "Questions with similar titles have frequently been downvoted" but...
Suppose I have this array of object:I would create a list of arrays, so I tried:but this will return:
Hi have two implementation some piece of code where I am modifying the strings using Java stream:I want to know if there is any performance difference between method one and method two.
I need to filter a given vector such that the output contains only those elements that are not a duplicate of an immediate neighbor.
I'm reading the C Programming Language (chapter 5), and I'm confused by this example:Why is this function call in here like that? Is this just some tricky example and invalid code?
What does MultiWayIf extension offer that cannot be done using | guards and vice versa?For instance, one can write same function as
In C++ functions, is it a good practice to replace return with throw? For example, I have the following code