Things They Don't Tell You In CS

If you're trying to do something that seems really easy but all your implementations are inexplicably complex, try doing your process in reverse. This commonly comes up when working with some array types where it is easier to add and remove things to the end rather than the beginning.
We often conceptualize things in a beginning-to-end manner, even though a logical implementation would be faster or less complex if we start at the end (of, say, an array) and move backward (to the beginning element).

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