# Binary Search | Python

Binary Search implementation in Python def binary_search(arr,ele): """ binary_search works only on sorted array, also it follows divide and conquer fundamentals """ first = 0 last = len(arr) - 1 # as indexing starts at 0 found = False while first <= last and not found: mid = (first+last)/2 # to get mid point of … Continue reading Binary Search | Python

# Reverse Linked List | Python

class Node(object): def __init__(self,value): self.value = value self.nextnode = None def reverse(head): # Set up current,previous, and next nodes current = head previous = None nextnode = None # until we have gone through to the end of the list while current: nextnode = current.nextnode # Reverse the pointer ot the next_node current.nextnode = previous … Continue reading Reverse Linked List | Python

# Doubly Linked List | Python

Implementation of Doubly Linked List in Python class DoublyLinkedList(object): def __init__(self,val): self.value = val self.next_node = None self.prev_node = None a = DoublyLinkedList(1) b = DoublyLinkedList(2) c = DoublyLinkedList(3) a.next_node = b b.prev_node = a b.next_node = c c.prev_node = b

# Singly Linked Lists | Python

Implementation of singly linked lists in Python. class Node(object): def __init__(self,val): self.value = val self.nextNode = Node a = Node(1) b = Node(2) c = Node(3) a.nextNode = b b.nextNode = c print a.nextNode.value

# Array Pair Sum | Python

Problem Given an integer array, output all the unique pairs that sum up to a specific value k. So the input: pair_sum([1,3,2,2],4) would return 2 pairs: (1,3) (2,2) Solution def get_unique_pair(list_of_elems,k): if len(list_of_elems) < 2: print "Please increase data" else: seen = set() output = set() for num in list_of_elems: target = k - num … Continue reading Array Pair Sum | Python

# Anagram problem | Python

Solution for Anagram problem in Python. #Anagram problem # input1 = 'public relations' # output1 = 'crap built on lies' input = 'client eastwood' output = 'old west action' def check_for_anagram(input1,output1): """ checks for Anagram """ input1 = input1.lower() output1 = output1.lower() len_of_input1 = len(input1) len_of_output1 = len(output1) input_1_dict = {} output_1_dict = {} if … Continue reading Anagram problem | Python

# Create Pycharm Launcher in Ubuntu Quick way to create Pycharm launcher.  Start Pycharm using the ./pycharm.sh file located under bin folder. Once the Pycharm application loads, navigate to tools menu and select "Create Desktop Entry.." This type of window will open up.  Check the box if you want the launcher for all users. If you Check the box i.e "Create … Continue reading Create Pycharm Launcher in Ubuntu