C++ || Yahoo! Sports – Current Batting Order – Programming Interview Test (Question 3 of 3)

The following is sample code which demonstrates a solution to the Yahoo! Sports programming interview question titled “Current Batting Order.” The test was taken on November 2013 for educational More »

C++ || Knapsack Problem Using Dynamic Programming

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Algorithm Engineering class. Using a custom timer class, the following is a program which reduces the problem of More »

C++ || Multi Process Server & Client Hash Table Using Thread Pools, Message Queues, & Signal Handlers

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Operating Systems Concepts class. Using commandline arguments, the following is a program which implements a multi threaded hash More »

Python || Aku Aku Snake Game Using Pygame

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Introduction to Game Design and Production class. This project is an implementation of the classic “Snake” game using More »

Python || Brainy Memory Game Using Pygame

The following is another homework assignment which was presented in an Introduction to Game Design and Production class. This project is an implementation of the classic “Memory” game using More »

 

JavaScript || Resources.js – JavaScript And CSS Parallel File Loader To Import & Load Files To Document

The following is a module that handles loading JavaScript and CSS files into a document in parallel, as fast as the browser

JavaScript || Sort.by.js – Simple Array Sorting With Multiple Sorting Conditions

The following is a module that handles complex array sorting. Much like the SQL/LINQ ‘Order By’ operation, this module allows sorting capabilities

JavaScript/CSS/HTML || Simple Animated Slider Radio Button

Radio buttons let a user select only one of a limited number of choices. Radio buttons are normally presented in radio groups

JavaScript/CSS/HTML || Simple Collapsible Accordion Panel

Accordion panels are a vertical stack of items. Each item can be “expanded” or “collapsed” to reveal the content associated with that

jQuery/CSS/HTML || Simple Progress Bar

The following is sample code which demonstrates how to create a progress bar. Using jQuery, the progress bar is animated to simulate

jQuery/CSS/HTML || Simple Collapsible Accordion Panel

Accordion panels are a vertical stack of items. Each item can be “expanded” or “collapsed” to reveal the content associated with that

jQuery/CSS/HTML || Simple Notification Message Div With Success, Warning & Error Icons

Using jQuery, the following is sample code which demonstrates how to display a simple notification message div with success, warning & error

C++ || Yahoo! Sports – Current Batting Order – Programming Interview Test (Question 3 of 3)

The following is sample code which demonstrates a solution to the Yahoo! Sports programming interview question titled “Current Batting Order.” The test

C++ || Yahoo! Sports – Top 10 Fantasy Players – Programming Interview Test (Question 2 of 3)

The following is sample code which demonstrates a solution to the Yahoo! Sports programming interview question titled “Top 10 Fantasy Players.” The

C++ || Yahoo! Sports – Player IDs Extractor – Programming Interview Test (Question 1 of 3)

The following is sample code which demonstrates a solution to the Yahoo! Sports programming interview question titled “Player-IDs-extractor.” The test was taken

C++ || Snippet – Custom “strtok” Function To Split A String Into Tokens Using Multiple Delimiters

The following is a custom “strtok” function which splits a string into individual tokens according to delimiters. So for example, if you

C++ || Multi Digit, Decimal & Negative Number Infix To Postfix Conversion & Evaluation

The following is sample code which demonstrates the implementation of a multi digit, decimal, and negative number infix to postfix converter and

Python || Find The Average Using A List – Omit Highest And Lowest Scores

This page will consist of a program which calculates the average of a specific amount of numbers using a list. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE

C++ || Simple Tokenizer Lexer Using A Finite State Machine

The following is sample code which demonstrates the implementation of a simple Lexer using a table driven Finite State Machine. In its