One beautiful property of XOR (symbol : \(\oplus\)) is that for any integer \(x\), we have \(x \oplus x = 0\). Using this property, Chris came up with an algorithm that check if a list \(L\) is palindromic.
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Certainly, this function is restricted to lists that contain only numbers. What is the domain of the numbers in the list such that this function is applicable without error?
Details and Assumptions
a ^ breturns \(a\oplus b\).
- A list
Lis palindromic if
Lremains the same after applying
- In Python's list, the last element is
L[-1], second last element is
L[-2]and so on.