See examples of magic square algorithms.
- [Instructor] A tuple is simply a collection of numbers.…Our Java algorithm for creating magic squares…and magic hypercubes uses tuples…to create those multidimensional hypercubes.…For example, if a tuple in our algorithm…has three components, our algorithm knows that…the number of dimensions in the magic hypercube…is equal to three.…Now a distinction that is important for our algorithm…is the numbers are not written in base 10.…
So for example,…if I have the number three four one…written in base five,…that's going to be equal to 96 written in base 10.…The Java algorithms will calculate this…for you automatically.…So let's take a look at creating a five by five…magic square, so each tuple will have two components,…and we'll use base five.…So I can start out and build a grid that's five by five.…
The algorithm uses a formula…that's relatively easy to calculate.…And using the formula, which we'll see in the code,…we'll know that in the case of a five by five magic square,…the middle component is going to be equal to two two.…
- The IMQAV model
- Downloading software
- Installing and setting up a Java coding environment
- Mock tests
- Code coverage
- Using windows, views, and modes in IntelliJ IDEA
- Creating classes and attributes
- Creating constructors
- Casting variables
- Matching literals with regular expressions
- Regular expressions
- Design patterns
Skill Level Intermediate
Java: Database Integration with JDBCwith David Gassner2h 51m Intermediate
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1. Getting Started with Java
2. Test-Driven Development
3. IntelliJ IDEA
4. Object-Oriented Java
6. Regular Expressions (Regex)
8. Design Patterns
9. Applying Data Science
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