RxJava create Operators – Operators for Creating Observables – RxJava Tutorial #4

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In this article we will discuss about various RxJava create operators in depth with examples. Here we will discuss how to create Observables using various operators like Create, From, Just, Differ, etc. This article is part of RxJava Intro series. You can checkout the entire series here: RxAndroid Introduction RxAndroid Example – RxJava Tutorial #2 RxJava Operators In General – …

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RxJava Operators In General – RxJava Tutorial #3

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RxJava Operators in General In this article, we will continue discussing about RxJava Operators in general and what are the various types of RxJava Operators available. This article will be a brief introduction focusing on what are RxJava Operators and What are the types of Operators available in RxJava that we can use. In the following upcoming articles, we will …

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Binary Search using Kotlin – Searching Algorithms #1

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In this article, let us discuss one more Algorithm – Binary Search which is the most frequently asked Algorithms during Interviews. Let us discuss about it in brief and how to implement its algorithm using Kotlin Programming Language. According to Wikipedia, A Binary Search is a search algorithm that finds the position of a target value within a sorted array. The …

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HackLand Election – Coding Interview Questions #1

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Few days ago, I attended an Android Interview for an MNC where I encountered an interesting coding question – Hackland Election. In this post, I would like to share it with you guys so that it might be helpful for your interview preparations. Here is the question in the similar lines that was asked during the interview: ”  Hackland Election …