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Strings

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Hackerrank Bear and Steady Gene Solution

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Hackerrank Common Child Solution

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Hackerrank Sherlock and Anagrams Solution

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Hackerrank Highest Value Palindrome Solution

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Hackerrank Sherlock and the Valid String Solution

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Hackerrank Ruby - Strings - Methods II Solution

In this tutorial, we'll learn about the methods in String class that help us to search and replace portions of the string based on a text or pattern. String.include?(string) - Returns true if str contains the given string or character. Very simple!    > "hello".include? "lo"   #=> true
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Hackerrank Ruby - Strings - Methods I Solution

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Hackerrank Ruby - Strings - Iteration Solution

In our encoding tutorial, we learned about the different ways Ruby 1.8 and Ruby 1.9 (and higher versions) represent strings internally. The major difference is a wide range of encoding (non-ascii) support in the later versions. This change, however, also overhauls the way strings were iterated between the
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Hackerrank Ruby - Strings - Indexing Solution

When you index a string, you extract or alter the portions. This is perhaps the most important operation you want to perform on strings. The string class provides a convenient array-like square bracket [] operator, which allows you to extract portions of the string as well as altering the content when
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Hackerrank Ruby - Strings - Encoding Solution

In Ruby, strings are objects of the String class, which defines a powerful set of operations and methods for manipulating text (e.g., indexing, searching, modifying, etc.). Here are a few easy ways to create Strings:my_string = "Hello." # create a string from a literalmy_empty_string = String.new # create
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Hackerrank Ruby - Strings - Introduction Solution

Numbers, boolean values and strings are some of the fundamental data types that we have explored in our previous challenges. In this set of tutorials, we turn our attention to the data type referred to as String or Textliterals. String data types are a sequence of characters, each of which
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Hackerrank Strings Solution

C++ provides a nice alternative data type to manipulate strings, and the data type is conveniently called string. Some of its widely used features are the following: Declaration: string a = "abc"; Size: int len = a.size(); Concatenate two strings: string a = "abc"; string b = "def"; string c = a + b; // c