Happy Thanksgiving week to the Americans in here, and no matter where you’re from, I’m grateful for you! When the news is rough and the world is frustrating, it’s important to remember to be thankful for the good parts.
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This week I was on a much needed vacation, and had a great time!
First of all, I read a couple books. I particularly enjoyed Think Again by Adam Grant, which had some great insights about rethinking concepts and relearning over time.
While I was out, some fun things were released/announced!
Phew, I guess I should go on vacation more often!
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This week’s question:
Given an array of strings, group the anagrams together in separate arrays. An anagram is a word or phrase formed by rearranging the letters of another word or phrase, using all the original letters exactly once.
$ groupAnagrams(["eat","tea","ten","poop","net","ate"]) $ [["poop"],["net","ten"],["eat","tea","ate"]]
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That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and be grateful!
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