Most go validation packages rely on reflection, which comes with a runtime cost. In this post, we will create a simple yet powerful struct validation package for Golang without any reflection!
You are given a file named 'paths.txt'. Each line in the file represents a user's browsing history in a web session. The task is to find the most common N page path in 'paths.txt'.
The code for Ruby Interview Question: Most Common N Page Path
Today we are going to be talking about smart pointers and interior mutability, specifically, the
Cell is a type that you come across frequently in Rust programs that it can help to
have a deeper understanding of what it is and how it works. One of the best ways to understand
and the fundemental concepts behind its implementation is to actually write it yourself. So that is
what we are going to do!
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