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Continue Reading## C++: Monty Hall Problem

Run random simulations of the Monty Hall game. Show the effects of a strategy of the contestant always keeping his first guess so it can be contrasted with the strategy […]

Continue Reading## C++: ABC Problem

You are given a collection of ABC blocks. Just like the ones you had when you were a kid. There are twenty blocks with two letters on each block. You […]

Continue Reading## C++: Dutch National Flag Problem

The Dutch national flag is composed of three coloured bands in the order red then white and lastly blue. The problem posed by Edsger Dijkstra is: Given a number of […]

Continue Reading## C++: Josephus Problem

Josephus problem is a math puzzle with a grim description: n prisoners are standing on a circle, sequentially numbered from 0 to n − 1. An executioner walks along the […]

Continue Reading## C++: 100 Doors Problem

Problem: You have 100 doors in a row that are all initially closed. You make 100 passes by the doors. The first time through, you visit every door and toggle […]

Continue Reading## C++: Closest-Pair Problem

The aim of this task is to provide a function to find the closest two points among a set of given points in two dimensions, i.e. to solve the Closest […]

Continue Reading## C++: Dining Philosophers

The dining philosophers problem illustrates non-composability of low-level synchronization primitives like semaphores. It is a modification of a problem posed by Edsger Dijkstra. Five philosophers, Aristotle, Kant, Spinoza, Marx, and […]

Continue Reading## C++: Knapsack Problem

A tourist wants to make a good trip at the weekend with his friends. They will go to the mountains to see the wonders of nature, so he needs to […]

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