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Study our 104 Scala Algorithms: 6 fully free, 59 published & 45 upcoming
Fully unit-tested, with explanations and relevant concepts; new algorithms published about once a week.
- Compute the length of longest valid parentheses
- Monitor success rate of a process that may fail
- Find combinations adding up to N (unique)
- Find k closest elements to a value in a sorted Array
- Make a queue using stacks (Lists in Scala)
- Single-elimination tournament tree
- Quick Sort sorting algorithm in pure immutable Scala
- Find minimum missing positive number in a sequence
- Compute a Roman numeral for an Integer, and vice-versa
- Matching parentheses algorithm with foldLeft and a state machine
- Traverse a tree Breadth-First, immutably
- Read a matrix as a spiral
- Remove duplicates from a sorted list (state machine)
- Merge Sort: stack-safe, tail-recursive, in pure immutable Scala, N-way
- Longest increasing sub-sequence length
- Binary search a generic Array
- Merge Sort: in pure immutable Scala
- Make a queue using Maps
- Is an Array a permutation?
- Count number of contiguous countries by colors
- Add numbers without using addition (plus sign)
- Tic Tac Toe MinMax solve
- Run-length encoding (RLE) Encoder
- Print Alphabet Diamond
- Balanced parentheses algorithm with tail-call recursion optimisation
- Reverse a String's words efficiently
- Count number of changes (manipulations) needed to make an anagram with foldLeft and a MultiSet
- Counting inversions of a sequence (array) using a Merge Sort
- Check if an array is a palindrome
- Compute nth row of Pascal's triangle
- Run-length encoding (RLE) Decoder
- Check if a number is a palindrome
- In a range of numbers, count the numbers divisible by a specific integer
- Find the index of a substring ('indexOf')
- Reshape a matrix
- Closest pair of coordinates in a 2D plane
- Find the contiguous slice with the minimum average
- Compute maximum sum of subarray (Kadane's algorithm)
- Binary search in a rotated sorted array
- Rotate Array right in pure-functional Scala - using an unusual immutable efficient approach
- Length of the longest common substring
- Tic Tac Toe board check
- Find an unpaired number in an array
- Check if a String is a palindrome
- Count binary gap size of a number using tail recursion
- Remove duplicates from a sorted list (Sliding)
- Find sub-array with the maximum sum
- Find the minimum absolute difference of two partitions
- Find maximum potential profit from an array of stock price
- Fibonacci in purely functional immutable Scala
- Fizz Buzz in purely functional immutable Scala
- Find combinations adding up to N (non-unique)
- Remove duplicates from an unsorted List
- Count factors/divisors of an integer
- Compute single-digit sum of digits
- Traverse a tree Depth-First
- Reverse bits of an integer
- QuickSelect Selection Algorithm (kth smallest item/order statistic)
- Rotate a matrix by 90 degrees clockwise
Explore the 21 most useful Scala concepts
To save you going through various tutorials, we cherry-picked the most useful Scala concepts in a consistent form.
- Class Inside Class
- Class Inside Def
- Def Inside Def
- Drop, Take, dropRight, takeRight
- foldLeft and foldRight
- Lazy List
- Option Type
- Partial Function
- Pattern Matching
- scanLeft and scanRight
- Sliding / Sliding Window
- Stack Safety
- State machine
- Tail Recursion
- Type Class
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How the algorithms look
- A description/goal of the algorithm.
- An explanation with both Scala and logical parts.
- A proof or a derivation, where appropriate.
- Links to Scala concepts used in this specific algorithm, also unit-tested.
- An implementation in pure-functional immutable Scala, with efficiency in mind (for most algorithms, this is for paid subscribers only).
- Unit tests, with a button to run them immediately in our in-browser IDE.
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