## Data Structures Part 2: Arrays

Arrays are the simplest and most fundamental of the data structures we will be covering in this series. In fact, pretty much all programming languages come with arrays built right in!

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## Data Structures Part 2: Arrays

## Data Structures Part 1: Introduction

## CS Review – Binary Numbers

## Python – How to Capture Video Feed from Webcam Using OpenCV

## Quickly Generating Primes Below n With the Sieve of Eratosthenes

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Arrays are the simplest and most fundamental of the data structures we will be covering in this series. In fact, pretty much all programming languages come with arrays built right in!

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Welcome to the very first of what will be a series of posts designed to provide you with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of data structures in computer science. The goal of this series is to provide a free, easy to use guide to help you further your understanding of one of the most fundamental topics in a computer science education.

This series will cover a good number of the most fundamental of data structures, as well as a few less-common ones. By the end of this series you should have a firm grasp on what some of the various data structures are, how they work and how to implement them.

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Welcome to what will be the first in an ongoing series aimed at reviewing computer science topics. Today we will be diving into binary number representation. Understanding binary is an important step in gaining a better understanding of how the computer works on a lower … “CS Review – Binary Numbers”

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Have you ever written code to interface with a webcam? Well, if you have then you know that it can be a royal pain in the ass. And God forbid you want it to be a cross platform solution! The good news is that there … “Python – How to Capture Video Feed from Webcam Using OpenCV”

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The uses for prime numbers in computer science are nearly endless. They are useful for everything from hashing, cryptology, factorization and all sorts of applications in-between. There exists a great number of algorithms that allow us to quickly generate primes, but today we are going … “Quickly Generating Primes Below n With the Sieve of Eratosthenes”

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