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Frank holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from The City University of New York (The City College of New York) and a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science from The City University of New York (Hunter College). As an undergraduate, he had taken courses where programs were written in Fortran, Basic, Pascal, COBOL, and Assembly Language for the IBM 4341 Mainframe. He has been a software developer for over 30 years having built desktop apps, mobile apps and web apps. He has built software in C/C++, VisualBasic, TCL, Java, PHP, XML/XSLT, Perl, Shell Scripting and Python. Frank was also an educator in The City University of New York (Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York City College of Technology) having taught courses in Pascal, VisualBasic, C++ for over 10 years. Finally, he has recently helped students create programs in Lisp, R, Masm, Haskell, Scheme and Prolog.

How to find a Bipartite Graph?

Bipartite Graph

Hello there, in this article we will show how to find if a graph is a Bipartite Graph through detailed examples. 1. Introduction In this article, we will define a bipartite graph, explore the properties of a bipartite graph, document an algorithm used to determine whether a graph is bipartite or not, and implement this algorithm in Java. Finally, we ...

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Radix Sort in Java

Bipartite Graph

1. Introduction Sorting algorithms were devised in order to make the ordering of elements of a list or array possible. There are many available to choose from, such as Bubble Sort, Quick Sort, Selection Sort, Heap Sort, Merge Sort, just to name a few. Radix Sort is a sorting algorithm that just happens to be fairly efficient. This article will ...

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Collectors to Map in Java

Bipartite Graph

1. Introduction The Collectors class is in the java.util.stream package. The Collectors class contains static methods which return a Collector to allow for various reduction operations. This article will discuss the toMap and the toConcurrentMap methods. These methods will return a Map or a ConcurrentMap. In addition, we will also be discussing the SortedMap interface. Finally, we conclude this article ...

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SQL Server Functions

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1. Introduction SQL Server is a relational database management system (RDBMS) solution created by Microsoft Corporation. Focus in this treatise will be on SQL Server functions, href=”https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/functions/functions?view=sql-server-ver15. Some functions discussed here can also be found in other RDBMS. 2. Background SQL functions, in general, typically will allow for parameters to be used to call them. This will result in a ...

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SQL and an introduction to SQLite, SQLite3, and MySQL

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In this article, we will show you the difference between SQL, MySQL, Sqlite, Sqlite3. SQL stands for Structured Query Language. SQL is an example of 4GL or Fourth Generation Language. 1.1 First-Generation Language First-generation languages were machine languages that involved entering instructions to a computer in the form of bits or binary digits, represented by 1s and 0s, on and ...

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