In Part 1 we discussed the base technique for determining relative orientation. We used that to answer the first two questions: To find relative orientation of two points and two directed segments with a common end point. In Part 2…

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In Part 1 we discussed the base technique for determining relative orientation. We used that to answer the first two questions: To find relative orientation of two points and two directed segments with a common end point. In Part 2…

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Computational Geometry (CG) deals with algorithms for solving geometric problems. It is used in computer graphics, robotics, computer aided design,statistics among others. A typical CG problem takes as input a set of geometric objects like a set of points, a…

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Query strings are used to carry information. We might need to obfuscate them and provide some basic security without writing some elaborate encryption mechanism. Some standard ways of obfuscating, you will find is to Base64Encode the query string(remember to Url…