Using the algorithmic technique of backtracking to solve the famous N Queens chess puzzle.
The N Queens Puzzle
The N Queens puzzle comes to us from the world of chess, prior to the advent of computers it was a logical puzzle playedSquare Root
The Square of a number, X^{2}, is any number multiplied by its self. 2^{2 }= 4, 4^{2 }= 16, 6^{2 }= 36 etc. The square root of a number is the derived by reducing a number so that the &rad
Detecting a Cycle in a Linked Lists
I was asked for a solution to this question on quora in the C programming section, and since i put a detailed answer there, i figured i would post my solutions here as well to reach a broader audience.
Where we left off...
When we last left off we had the basics of our game engine in and character classes in place. In this section we will be covering basic Procedural Dungeon Generation.
Grids & Graphs
Grids are a special cases of Graphs called Lattice Graphs, and they show up and time and time again, particularly in Game Development. Certain categories of games, such as Rogue like games are heavily grid based.

Simple DB Migration with JDBC

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Design Patterns: The Façade Pattern

The Interpreter Pattern: Implementing Interpreters the OOP way

Parsing RightAssociative Operators with Recursive Descent

BST Iterators Revisited: No Parent Pointer, No Stack, No Problem

Deleting Arbitrary Values from Binary Search Trees

Solving the N Queens Problem with Breadth First Search

Performing the Knights Tour in Linear Time

Knuth's Algorithm X For the Exact Cover Problem