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comment Are `break` and `continue` bad programming practices?
@PieterB, what where-clause?
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comment Computer Science and other advance topics taught in javascript
As mentioned in several answers below - language is less important than logic. The part that I consider most important is understanding the difference between an if statement that acts as a rule, and an if statement that acts as an exception. Create more rules and less exceptions -- that will lessen the amount of work you do in the future
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comment Simplified knapsack in PHP
cost is also the length. They don't have same utility or cost across the items because "Joe" is 3, and "Mikhail" is 7
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comment Simplified knapsack in PHP
Utility would be the length. You just have more than one sack :)
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comment Simplified knapsack in PHP
I can also use non breakable spaces. I don't think this is a crucial point within this question
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comment Simplified knapsack in PHP
Well i'm displaying it on the web, so all spaces will become 1.
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comment Simplified knapsack in PHP
I'm doing it in PHP, though i'm just looking for the algorithm
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asked Simplified knapsack in PHP
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comment Are `break` and `continue` bad programming practices?
oh I agree, i was just asking how you'd do it :) Computer scientists do it repeatedly