I hope you had a wonderful week! It’s no secret that I’m incredibly happy about the US election results, and I’m hoping that means a great (less stressful!) week ahead!
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Phew, this week was VERY stressful with the lack of election news and a bunch of stuff to get through at work, but gosh I am so happy that the results are out. There is a long way to go in the US (and the world, for that matter), but for now, it is great to get a win after all that’s happened this year.
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Last week, I had you determine if a character can make it to the end of a road with blockages in it. Great work Stephen, Rizwan, 40arc, Dimitris, Clov, Lakshay, Sam, Rod, Dhanush, Randy, Laura, David, Charles, David, Leslie, William, Ryan, Garth, Adam, Sibi, Roberto, Pozorvlak, Mike, and Ten!
This week’s question:
Your music library contains N songs and your friend wants to listen to L songs during your road trip (repeats are allowed). Make a playlist so that every song is played at least once, and a song can only be played again only if K other songs have been played. Return the number of possible playlists.
$ numPlaylists(N = 3, L = 3, K = 1)
$ 6 // [1, 2, 3], [1, 3, 2], [2, 1, 3], [2, 3, 1], [3, 1, 2], [3, 2, 1]
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That’s all for now, folks! Have a great week. Be safe, make good choices, and take a rest!
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