## Snowflakes Fractal using Python

To create Snowflake fractals using Python programming What are fractals A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across… Read More »

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To create Snowflake fractals using Python programming What are fractals A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across… Read More »

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Given a pack of 2^N cards (0 … 2^N – 1), shuffle it in N steps. At step k (0 < k < N) we… Read More »

About : numpy.flipud(array) : Flip array(entries in each column) in up-down direction, shape preserved Parameters : array : [array_like]Input array, we want to flip Return… Read More »

numpy.nanargmax(array, axis = None) : Returns indices of the max element of the array in a particular axis ignoring NaNs. The results cannot be trusted… Read More »

Creative Programming In Processing | Set 1 (Random Walker) The Lorenz system is a system of ordinary differential equations first studied by Edward Norton Lorenz,… Read More »

Around 100 applied for the first round of Microsoft Internship offer. Basic Criteria was to have a CGPA of greater than 7.00. Round 1: Three… Read More »

Round 1 : Online Test Duration: 2+ hours Format: 4 Sections each having 3-4 subsections each having some MCQs Level: Easy | (91/120~) selected Content… Read More »

Round I This round was 60 multiple choice questions(20-general aptitude, 20-technical, 20-again technical(based on either communication/electronics/computer science)).Technical was a bit easy and aptitude took… Read More »

About : numpy.greater_equal(x1, x2[, out]) : checks whether x1 >= x2 or not. Parameters : x1, x2 : [array_like]Input arrays. If x1.shape != x2.shape, they… Read More »

After going through the template definition of various STL algorithms like std::reverse, std::next_permutation and std::reverse_copy you must have found their template definition consisting of objects… Read More »

std::unique is used to remove duplicates of any element present consecutively in a range[first, last). It performs this task for all the sub-groups present in… Read More »

Data structure alignment is the way data is arranged and accessed in computer memory. Data alignment and Data structure padding are two different issues but… Read More »

Project Title : Distributed Downloading System Introduction: Working in an organization where downloading data is limited to few hundred Mbs or maybe a few Gbs?… Read More »

numpy.bmat(obj, l_dict = None, g_dict = None) : Return specialised 2-D matrix from nested objects that can be string-like or array-like. Parameters : object :… Read More »