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Write code that iterates through numbers. For multiples of 3, print "Fizz"; for multiples of 5, print "Buzz"; for both, print "FizzBuzz".

Determine if two strings are anagrams of each other (contain the same letters used the same number of times).

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Write code to identify if a word or phrase reads the same backward as forward (e.g., "racecar")

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Given two words, find a sequence of words where you change one letter at a time to connect the starting and ending words. Each word must be a real word in the dictionary.

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Can you crack the code? Write a program that can solve a Sudoku puzzle using backtracking or other techniques.

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Place N queens on an N x N chessboard such that no two queens threaten each other (diagonally, horizontally, or vertically). Solve for different values of N.

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Given a graph and weights for its edges, find the subset of edges that connects all vertices with minimal total weight. (This is a good exercise for graph algorithms)

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Solve the classic puzzle where you move disks between three rods based on specific rules.

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Implement a program that demonstrates the producer-consumer problem using threads and synchronization.

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Write a program to find the shortest path for a knight to traverse an entire chessboard, visiting each square exactly once.

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