Add Two Numbers in Java

Hope your day is going well. I have not checked the mail box in a few days. I will have to do so by the end of the workday. In this day and age of on-line communications it seems that due to security and privacy companies continue to send information and documents via USPS.

I was looking at a LeetCode problem to solve next when I found LeetCode 2. Add Two Numbers. The title for the problem and the description sounded quite similar to the problem Add Strings which we solved a day or so ago. I decided to give it a try. Hopefully we will use some of the same techniques we used to solve the last one. Continue reading “Add Two Numbers in Java”

Reverse Linked List

In this post I will reverse a linked list in Java. As I mentioned in a previous post, I am in the process of refreshing recursion using Java. In the next few days I will pick up a few more problems and post my approach.

In this post I will deal with 206. Reverse Linked List. If interested please take a look at the requirements for the problem and then give it a try before looking at solutions. Continue reading “Reverse Linked List”

Is Unique 3

Today is Thursday, one more day to go. The nice thing is that this coming weekend is Labor Day.

As I mentioned in a previous post, I received my Azure Kinect DK camera. I checked the hardware requirements and tried matching to my machines at home. I decided to get a Windows base pedestal instead of a Linux server. The hardware requirements for the computer follow:

System Requirements: Windows® 10 PC or Ubuntu 18.04 LTS with 7th Generation Intel® CoreTM i3 Processor (Dual Core 2.4 GHz with HD620 GPU or faster), USB 3.0 Port, 4 GB RAM. Not available on Windows 10 in S mode. Skeletal/body tracking and other experiences may require more advanced PC hardware. Continue reading “Is Unique 3”