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Algorithms are used to perform operation based on the instructions.

Now it’s time to understand how data is processed with algorithms.

For every operation there will be some output/outcome as a result. The result need to be store or input to process for the next operation. In general we can remember the results from smaller operations, when we have complex operations we note down the results to remember or understand. It is hard to maintain the notes or remembering results.


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Algorithms are part of our Day to Day life activities. Even we don’t know the word algorithms but using them in real life.

In IT field every one came across with Algorithms in their career, They will get as interview question, they are part of designing various algorithms.

Freshers will get confuse of understanding Algorithms, Laterals will get confuse which algorithm need to use to solve the problem.

So much of having Algorithm, Algorithm….

What is an Algorithm?

An Algorithm is a set of instructions to perform/complete an operation.

Example:

Task : Drink Water

Steps to Drink Water:

  1. Walk towards the water source
  2. Reach…

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