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Swift Algorithm Club: January Digest

The Swift Algorithm Club is an open source project to implement popular algorithms and data structures in Swift. We thought it would be useful to periodically give a status update with how things are going with the project. Here’s our first update for 2017! New Co-Maintainer Our previous co-maintainer, Chris Pilcher, is leaving us due […]

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Hi Kelvin and happy 2017!

Seems the link to the “dining philosophers problem” got mangled up.

Perhaps this one?

Thanks for the heads up!

Happy New Year!

Petty issue, but I’m seeing the follow text verbatim twice in the post:

It was originally formulated in 1965 by Edsger Dijkstra as a student exam exercise, presented in terms of computers competing for access to tape drive peripherals. Soon after, Tony Hoare gave the problem its present formulation.

@robertomachorro Thank you for the heads up - much appreciated! :]

@kelvin_lau Can you please take care of this when you get a chance? Thank you - much appreciated! :]