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Divide and conquer for subset sum problem

I want my students (equivalent first-year college students) to work on algorithmic paradigms during a 2 hours practical programming session in OCaml. I chose the subset sum problem since it can ...
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Forming a foundation in PHP

Does anyone know what topics I should start studying to form a foundation in PHP ? Loops, outputting data, manipulating a database etc. ? Edit: I want to start using PHP to create a social site. ...
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Number of preps for networking and programming courses

I am currently teaching in a community college that includes teaching introductory programming course in C++. I also have a colleague who is currently teaching ...
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How to teach linear programming and reductions?

Do you know any textbook with problems+solutions to support teaching of linear programming and reductions? In particular for: standard and slack forms, formulation of problems as linear programs, ...
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Hackerrank challenges for a programming course: hide code and show only what is relevant?

I'm trying to create a programming competition with personalized challenges for my class, using Hackerrank. The thing is: I need to show only the minimum relevant code to solve the challenge, and ...
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Online Platform for practicing Object Oriented Programming in Python

Is there any recommendation on an online platform that teaches and allows practicing object-oriented programming (OOP) in Python? I am familiar with Hackerrank and HackerEarth, however, they do not ...
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Jackson based IDE for programming

Is there any Jackson based IDE for programming? I mean, an IDE in which you can place the sentences in sequence from left to right.