# CategoryProgramming

## Problem: FrogRiverOne

A small frog wants to get to the other side of a river. The frog is initially located on one bank of the river (position 0) and wants to get to the opposite bank (position X+1). Leaves fall from a tree onto the surface of the river. You are given an array A consisting of N integers representing the falling leaves. A[K] represents the position where one leaf falls at time K, measured in seconds...

## Problem: TapeEquilibrium

A non-empty array A consisting of N integers is given. Array A represents numbers on a tape. Any integer P, such that 0 < P < N, splits this tape into two non-empty parts: A[0], A[1], ..., A[P − 1] and A[P], A[P + 1], ..., A[N − 1]. The difference between the two parts is the value of: |(A[0] + A[1] + ... + A[P − 1]) − (A[P] + A[P + 1] + ... + A[N − 1])| In other words, it is the absolute...

## Problem: PermMissingElem

An array A consisting of N different integers is given. The array contains integers in the range [1..(N + 1)], which means that exactly one element is missing. Your goal is to find that missing element. Write a function: int solution(int A[], int N); that, given an array A, returns the value of the missing element. For example, given array A such that: A[0] = 2 A[1] = 3 A[2] = 1 A[3] = 5 the...

## Problem: FrogJmp

A small frog wants to get to the other side of the road. The frog is currently located at position X and wants to get to a position greater than or equal to Y. The small frog always jumps a fixed distance, D. Count the minimal number of jumps that the small frog must perform to reach its target. Write a function: int solution(int X, int Y, int D); that, given three integers X, Y and D, returns...

## Problem: OddOccurrencesInArray

A non-empty array A consisting of N integers is given. The array contains an odd number of elements, and each element of the array can be paired with another element that has the same value, except for one element that is left unpaired. For example, in array A such that: A[0] = 9 A[1] = 3 A[2] = 9 A[3] = 3 A[4] = 9 A[5] = 7 A[6] = 9 the elements at indexes 0 and 2 have value 9,the elements at...

## Problem: CyclicRotation

An array A consisting of N integers is given. Rotation of the array means that each element is shifted right by one index, and the last element of the array is moved to the first place. For example, the rotation of array A = [3, 8, 9, 7, 6] is [6, 3, 8, 9, 7] (elements are shifted right by one index and 6 is moved to the first place). The goal is to rotate array A K times; that is, each element...

## Problem: Binary Gap

A binary gap within a positive integer N is any maximal sequence of consecutive zeros that is surrounded by ones at both ends in the binary representation of N. For example, number 9 has binary representation 1001 and contains a binary gap of length 2. The number 529 has binary representation 1000010001 and contains two binary gaps: one of length 4 and one of length...

## How to deploy your Plotly/Dash dashboard using Docker

As we have already said in an older article the plotly/dash library is awesome. In this article, we are going to present the way how you can share your dashboard application with other people. By default, Dash apps run on localhost – you can only access them on your own machine. To share a Dash app, you need to “deploy” it to a server. If you don’t have your own server there are...

## Plotly: conditional area highlight

Plotly is an amazing interactive and open source library for data analysis that supports over 40 unique chart types covering a wide range of statistical, financial, geographic, scientific, and 3-dimensional use-cases. In this article, we are going to present how we can color specific areas on the graph according to the field’s value inside our data frame. The result will be as the below...

## Dynamic Database Creation Using Apache Kafka Streaming Messages

The aim of this project is to ingest incoming Kafka streaming messages and store those dynamically into a database without the mandatory existence of predefined SQL Tables. Table of Contents General InfoTechnologiesGetting startedExamples of use General Info Data and logs that surround us need to be processed, reprocessed, analyzed, and handled. Often in real-time. That’s what makes the...