# Tag Archives: combinatorics

## Create a schedule for a round robin tournament with home teams in C#

My book Essential Algorithms, Second Edition describes an algorithm for creating a round robin schedule in detail. The following posts also explain how you can create a round robin schedule in slightly less detail. Generate a schedule for a round … Continue reading

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## Find two sets where the median of one is the mean of the other and vice versa in C#

For an upcoming book, I wanted to find sets where the mean (average) of one is the median (middle value) of the other and vice versa. I wanted to avoid trivial examples such as {1, 1, 1} and where the … Continue reading

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## Display team names for a round robin tournament in C#

The example Generate a schedule for a round robin tournament in C# explains how you can generate a schedule for a round robin tournament. This example simply adds the ability to display the schedule using the team names instead of … Continue reading

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## Linkback to the Secret Santa Problem

Tom left a comment to my post Calculate the number of secret Santa permutations in C#. He used that example to build a site in JavaScript explaining how the algorithm works. It’s a pretty cool little page. Drop by and … Continue reading

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## Book Errata Page: The C# Helper Top 100

This is the errata page for my book The C# Helper Top 100, The 100 most popular posts at csharphelper.com. If you find mistakes, please post them here in the Leave a Reply box at the bottom of the page. … Continue reading

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## Book Discussion Page: The C# Helper Top 100

This is a discussion page for my book The C# Helper Top 100, The 100 most popular posts at csharphelper.com. Please post questions, thoughts, and suggestions here in the “Leave a Reply” box at the bottom of the page. I … Continue reading

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This is a brief summary of the book’s table of contents. Introduction Part I. Serialization 1. Read a CSV File into an Array (1) 2. Use JSON to Serialize and Deserialize Objects (49) Part II. Graphing 3. Draw a Graph … Continue reading

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## New Book: The C# Helper Top 100

I’m happy to announce my latest book, The C# Helper Top 100, The 100 most popular posts at csharphelper.com. It describes the 100 most popular posts on the C# Helper web site. This is my 32nd book and my second … Continue reading

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## Generate words of a given length in C#

The example Generate three-letter words in C# uses three nested for loops to generate words that contain three letters. This example uses the following code to generate words of any given length. // Generate words with num_letters letters. private List … Continue reading

## Generate three-letter words in C#

This example uses the following very simple code to generate three-letter words using the letters a through z. // Make the items. private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { List<string> values = new List<string>(); for (char ch1 = ‘a’; ch1 … Continue reading

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