Git - Introduction

Git, can we relate ? Imagine you people are familiar with Microsoft Office, Dropbox and Facebook. Obviously, everyone is. Let’s use those as references: You know that button in Microsoft Word that says “Edit, Undo”? Git does that but for every change that has ever been made to a project and by any member of your team. You know that Track Changes feature in Word with all the red and blue lines showing who changed what?...

Feb 2, 2020 · 3 min · Arjun Adhikari

Algorithms - Pseudocode Convention

Note that this conventions are not complete rules for writing algorithms. These are the widely accepted conventions for uniformity and clarity among global audience. Comment starts with //. Statement ends with ; For block statement, the statement must be enclosed within { .. } Identifier rules: An identifier can only start with letter (A-Z, a-z) or underscore( _ ) symbol. An identifier can contain alphabet, digits(0-9), and underscore only....

Jan 3, 2020 · 3 min · Arjun Adhikari

Algorithms - Introduction

An algorithm is a procedure or formula for solving a problem, based on conducting a sequence of specified actions that produces some output. Key Features Step by step set of instructions Sequential Generate some output Key Characteristics Input - O or more Output - 1 or more Definiteness - non ambigious, algorithm should convey a definite concept. Finiteness - should end Effectiveness - non technical also can work on it....

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