Task List: Algorithms

Assign me Konig theorem and Peterson theorem

assigned me with different types of linked list

import java.util.Scanner;

public class SimpleInterest { public static void main(String args) { Scanner scanner = new Scanner(System.in);

    // Reading inputs from the user
    System.out.print("Enter the principal amount: ");
    double principal = scanner.nextDouble();
    System.out.print("Enter the rate of interest: ");
    double rate = scanner.nextDouble();
    System.out.print("Enter the time duration (in years): ");
    double time = scanner.nextDouble();
    // Calculating the simple interest
    double simpleInterest = (principal * rate * time) / 100;
    // Displaying the simple interest
    System.out.println("Simple Interest = " + simpleInterest);


In this implementation, we first import the Scanner class to read inputs from the user. We then prompt the user to enter the principal amount, rate of interest, and time duration using the System.out.print() method.

Next, we read these values using the nextDouble() method of the Scanner class and store them in variables principal, rate, and time.

We then calculate the simple interest using the formula mentioned above and store the result in the variable simpleInterest.

Finally, we display the result to the user using the System.out.println() method.

kindly assign me binary search

Is it necessary to be an intern in order to be assigned tasks?

“Binary Search On Answer”

please assign me to Huffman coding

Heap in C++ using OOP and template

My assigned task: Priority queue in Python using OOP concepts

Working on Selection Sort in Python using OOP concepts.

Done with Adaptive and Non Adaptive Algorithms.

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I’am working on Kadene’s algorithm.

Working on Next Greater Element using Stack

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Completed my task please check it. @aditya

Done with Shell-Metzner Sort. @aditya

Working on Approximate String Matching

@aditya assign me Find all subsets with given sum

Ceiling in sorted array

I will work on the Cook Levin theorem