Given this, it’s hard to say there is a single “right” or “best” answer to these problems. But it is possible to say there are “better” or “worse” answers to a given problem.
Algorithms in plain English: time complexity and Big-O notation
Michael Olorunnisola
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This gets me think that the things that I have known could be wrong and I should be aware of it.

As an Engineer, there is no absolute right solution for a problem. This article shows me that there will always be another way.

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