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?

## Why does Integer::max not work as a Comparator? [duplicate]

This question already has an answer here:I have this exercise and I don't understand the last result:

## Object of array of objects. Get the length of all values with the same property

I have an object that looks like this: I want to get the length of the longest label. In this case I would want to return 17. Because the longest label is "somethinglongest" which has a length of 17.

## How do I find: Is the first non-NaN value in each column the maximum for that column in a DataFrame?

For example:My expected output is: [False, True] since 87 is the first !NaN value but not the maximum in column 0. 99 however is the first !NaN value and is indeed the max in that column.

## How to get in LINQ one row for each key

I have list with:I have to select one row for each ID, with the latest UPDATED_DATE, In our etc:This is the code for order:

## javascript – round up number to nearest 100/1000 depending on number

I have a number that can be in the 2 digits, like 67, 24, 82, or in the 3 digits, like 556, 955, 865, or 4 digits and so on... How can I round up the number to the nearest n+1 digits depending on the number?