I have some written material that I need to organize. The material is in separate documents. I would like some (easy, non-complicated) automated method that could parse the documents into some …
I've attached the XLSM Excel spreadsheet I used in the video and also text files containing the macros used below.
I'm creating an Avl tree to sort information about some countries. I want each node to be a list with 2 parameters being the name of the country the first and the information specific to the country …
I am building a backups application in which I want to know the files that have been Added/modified/Renamed/Deleted.
I am trying out the ReadDirectoryChangesW() Windows API. I created two files …
Here goes the code, and the compiler shows the warning : qmain.c:49:20: error: expected ‘;’, ‘,’ or ‘)’ before ‘.’ token
void qdelete(int* q.front, int* q.rear)
However, corrected …
Assuming a given time for sunrise or sunset at sea level, what adjustment have to be made to those times for a given altitude (i.e. 2400 feet).
I'm a little lacking in the statistics area - more like a lot.
I have a list of numbers in excel that I think might be related to a stock price trend.
There are about 2000 + representing each day …
When there is a disconnect between the intentions of their creator and the recipient, when algorithms go awry, they can have disastrous consequences.
I have the need of being able to generate random directed, cyclic graphs, but according to some constraints.
I would like to input a few parameters/constraints, and obtain a random directed graph …
Could you please help me to resolve the following task:
In the text file I have the matrix of connections between points together with the weights for each pair, for instance:
A, B, 10
If I have conversion rate from USD to GBP how can I get the rate to reverse it so that I can covert from GBP to USD?
I have been trying to execute this code but I keep getting segmentation fault. I'm guessing there is some pointer mistake but I'm not able find it. Please help!
Link of my code: …
Hello, I was wondering if its possible to have m buckets, and n elements and finding the most filled bucket in O(1) time without any sorting. Searching through the buckets would take at least O(m) …
Let's say there are 12 games being played. One entry in the contest consists of picking the winners of any 7 of the 12 available games. I need all 7 to be correct to win. For the purposes of …
we all can agree that in a pure sorting methodology, the good old quick sort is likely best.
this assumes a 0 cost for actually moving the element from one sorting position to another.
I have an interesting problem I need to solve.
I'm sure that someone has encountered this somewhere
and that an elegant solution exists.
I'm trying to write an method which increments and …
I need to implement toString to represent a tree like (also each level can be a separate line):
(n1(n11(n111, n112), n12(n121, n122)))
that corresponds to tree hierarchy:
I have data that is arranged this way (see below) and need to calculate the Dispersion = Standard Deviation/Average of Total_NR rolled up by the MGR_NAME. How can I achieve this in T-SQL? Thank you.
This might be a VERY broad question but will aid me in the right direction. After a customer orders there will be a picking list generated for the picker to collect the items on the list.
Let there is pretty straightforward classes
I need to create some method that for example increase salary for all employees of the collection.
Can you explain it in a different way. I copied it in the class but don't understand it how exactly the calculations are performed.
Can you please tell me in question 6 how it calculate the values of 33 and -5
I am not sure if I did it right. If its wrong can you tell me which direction I should be going to?
a) p=310/1000 =0.31
odds for 31/100
b) p=600/1000 =0.6
odds for 3/5
How to solve this equation?
c(8, 3) * c(8, 2) / c(16, 5) = 14/39 ≈ 0.36
Can you please tell me why the calculations are wrong?
CORRECT ANSWER IS B
The 1st person can pick anyone. the remaining 3 must each pick the same person, with Pr = 1/5,
thus by the …