Best of Ruby Quiz.volume one by James Edward Gray II

By James Edward Gray II

Remedy those twenty-five well known programming puzzles, and sharpen your programming talents as you craft solutions.You'll locate attention-grabbing and tough programming puzzles together with: * 800 Numbers * Crosswords * Cryptograms * Knight's travel * Paper, Rock, Scissors * Tic-Tac-Toe * Texas Hold-Em * ...and more.Learning to software could be very a problem. sessions and books can get you to this point, yet at some point soon you might want to sit and begin twiddling with a few code. simply by way of studying and writing genuine code, with actual difficulties, are you able to learn.The Ruby Quiz was once equipped to fill precisely this desire for Ruby programmers. demanding situations, recommendations, and discussions mix to make Ruby Quiz a strong method to research Ruby methods. See how algorithms translate to Ruby code, get publicity to Ruby's libraries, and find out how different programmers use Ruby to resolve difficulties quick and successfully.

Show description

Read Online or Download Best of Ruby Quiz.volume one PDF

Best object-oriented design books

Pro PHP Patterns, Frameworks, Testing and More

Seasoned Hypertext Preprocessor provides skilled builders with a radical consultant to the language's key complex beneficial properties, concentrating on either fresh and rising positive aspects and improvement traits. complicated object-oriented beneficial properties, documentation, debugging, software program styles, and the traditional personal home page Library are only many of the issues lined in huge aspect.

Objects, Components, Models and Patterns: 46th International Conference, TOOLS EUROPE 2008, Zurich, Switzerland, June 30-July 4, 2008, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing)

This publication constitutes the completely refereed complaints of the forty sixth foreign convention on items, parts, types and styles, instruments EUROPE 2008, held in Zurich, Switzerland, in June/July 2008. The 21 papers provided during this booklet have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from fifty eight submissions.

Decline and Fall of the American Programmer

Ed Yourdon demonstrates how U. S. software program agencies can develop into world-class outlets in the event that they make the most the foremost software program applied sciences of the Nineteen Nineties. "View this e-book as a Tom Peters-style look for excellence within the software program international. Be ready to be angered. Be ready to be faced. Be ready to alter.

Additional resources for Best of Ruby Quiz.volume one

Example text

Size == 1 draw hand1, hand2 elsif choices == %w{paper rock} win hands["paper"], hand1, hand2 elsif choices == %w{rock scissors} win hands["rock"], hand1, hand2 elsif choices == %w{paper scissors} win hands["scissors"], hand1, hand2 end end end def results match = "#{@player1_name} vs. result(hand1, hand2, :win) Report erratum 23 Q UIZ 9. rb -m 10000 players/ Report erratum 24 Q UIZ 10. K NIGHT ’ S T RAVAILS Quiz Answer on page 127 10 Knight’s Travails Posed by J E Bailey Given a standard 8×8 chessboard where each position is indicated in algebraic notation (with the lower-left corner being a1), design a script that accepts two or more arguments.

All nodes of the maze must be reachable from any point. In other words, if one were to randomly pick a starting point and destination, the maze is always solvable. Furthermore, let us enforce that only one viable solution for the maze exists for any given starting point and destination (you cannot reach the same destination using two different routes). Your first task is to generate ASCII output representing the maze. 2, on the following page, shows a sample 10×10 maze. Solving the Maze Given a maze produced from your previous code, find the solution.

No More ‘I Love You’s”’ 3. “Super Trooper” 4. “Rock Me, Amadeus” 5. “Song of the South” 6. “Hooked on a Feeling” 7. “Go Tell It on the Mountain” See how each song name begins with the last letter of the name of the song before it? Just creating any playlist would be too easy, however. We need a worthy problem to solve: 1. Given any starting and ending song, create a playlist that connects the two songs. 2. For extra credit, try to create a playlist of a specific duration (to fill a particular time slot on the radio).

Download PDF sample

Best of Ruby Quiz.volume one by James Edward Gray II
Rated 4.62 of 5 – based on 7 votes