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Tartan Twirls

Another party, another dress. This time it was our work’s summer social, held at The Caves in Edinburgh. It was originally billed as Scottish-themed, but apart from a couple of kilts, a pair of tartan trousers, my dress and a few Scottish accents, it was very much a normal social. 562 more words

Dressmaking

Brute Force Algorithm for Pattern Matching

Solution:


#include<stdio.h>
#include<string.h>
int xstrsearch(char*,char*);
int main()
{
char s1,s2;
int i;
scanf("%s%s",s1,s2);
i=xstrsearch(s1,s2);
printf("pattern is found at %d position",i);
return 0;
}
int xstrsearch(char *s1,char *s2)
{
int l1,l2,i,j,k;
l1=strlen(s1);
l2=strlen(s2);
for(i=0;i<=(l1-l2);i++)
{
j=0;
k=i;
while(s1[k]==s2[j]&&j<l2)
{
k++;
j++;
}
if(j==l2)
return i;
}
return -1;
}

Algorithm

Seattle Seahawks Cover 3 Pattern Matching: 3 Buzz Mable

3 Buzz Mable is a Cover 3 pattern matching scheme that defenses will use to combat 3×1 formations.

Mable stands for man. The back side corner to the single receiver side will play #1 man to man. 441 more words

Defense

suit&tie

Sick of your man wearing plain coloured shirts & ties to work and functions? Leave this blog open on your mac, i-pad or i-phone and we guarantee he will be perfectly matching patterns and colours in no time. x

Ultimate Fashion Hollywood

Sewing season is here again. With a fortnight’s holiday, Easter is always the time when my thoughts turn to making new clothes for myself. I am going to a wedding next month and have had a piece of fabric and a pattern earmarked for the occasion for sometime, and am pleased to report that my new dress is complete. 430 more words

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