Binary search is a commonly used algorithm offering a more efficient form of search than a traditional linear search. Instead of iterating through an array eliminating one element at a time, you can eliminate half of the remaining elements at a time. However, it only works with sorted arrays and ordered lists.
A binary search starts in the middle of an array and checks if that value is greater than, less than, or equal to the value you are looking for. If that element is greater, the algorithm now knows to continue searching in the left half of the array…
bcrypt is an excellent tool for shoring up password protection and user authentication in your Ruby on Rails application.
Proper user authentication and password protection are a must for any application seeking to restrict content or collect sensitive user information. With identity theft negatively impacting millions of individuals each year, data breaches could prove detrimental not only to the user but also to the platform. A single data breach has the potential to erode public trust and confidence and depending on the breach, open the door to liability. Avast recently reported that 90% of online users worry about compromised passwords…
'use strict';let hasBirthdayGift = false;
const birthday = true;
if (birthday) hasBirrthdayGift = true;
if (hasBirthdayGift) console.log('I have presents! :D') Output: Uncaught…
It’s hip to b[e= mc²] → 7.819 x 10¹⁸ Joules