This technical problem involves finding the median of a list of numbers in Python. An example input would be [1, 2, 3, 4, 5], and the expected output would be 3 .
Given an object with nested objects, this function flattens the object by creating key paths for nested values.
This Python class implements a stack using a list. The stack supports the following operations: push, pop, size, and isEmpty.
Given an object with nested objects, write a function to flatten the object (i.e. convert nested objects into a single level object).
This technical problem involves writing a function that takes an array of integers as input and returns the sum of all the elements in the array.
This technical problem asks the reader to write a Python class that implements a stack using a linked list. The stack should have methods for pushing an integer onto the stack, popping and returning the top element of the stack, and checking if the stack is empty.
This technical problem deals with creating a Python class named "Foo" with an instance variable named "value". The class also has two methods, "double" and "triple", which multiply the value by 2 and 3, respectively.
This problem asks the user to write a function that returns the sum of all integers in an array. An example input and output is provided.