Backspace String Compare

It is a Saturday morning in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. As we have been doing for a few months, my wife and I drove to the Costco store in Minneapolis, met with our son and went grocery shopping. Today we were not able to find Three Berry Blend bags. We got separate bags of strawberries and blueberries. Our son will stop later today at the Costco in Eagan. MN and will see if he is able to find a couple bags of mixed berries and a box of pens that we forgot while in Minneapolis.

This week I watched the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) webinar “Lessons from COVID-19: Efficiency vs. Resilience” by Moshe Y. Vardi. It seems that the webinar is only accessible if you are an ACM member, which I am. I enjoyed the point he made of efficiency versus resilience not only at the software but also at the political level. At no point he mentioned politicians or political parties. In my opinion, it is a very good one-hour webinar worth your time. Continue reading “Backspace String Compare”

Stacks to Reverse Order

UPDATE – Added a couple classes and implemented reverse method to reverse the linked list in segments. I will leave this post and move on to a different subject on the next one.

It is a cold Sunday in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The forecast called for a winter storm starting last Friday around noon ending Saturday afternoon. The forecast called for 6 to 9 inches of fresh snow and wind blowing up to 45 mph. Due to the forecast, people visiting the area last week or people with plans for the weekend decided to move their schedules and leave the Twin Cities earlier. Airports were crowded and flights were overbooked. When all was said and done, the Twin Cities received about 6 inches of fresh snow. Some places further out received considerable higher amounts (e.g., Hovland, MN 16.5 inches).

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