1. I watched 20 minutes of Data structures. I finished Priority Queue.
  2. I've tried some different layouts in nativescript-vue in play.nativescript.org.
  3. I wrote a little bit more on functional typescript.

May be I will use StackLayout instead of GridLayout

        <StackLayout orientation="horizontal" backgroundColor="lightgray">
            <Label v-for="n in item.totalLabelsCount" :text="item.id"
                width="30" height="150" backgroundColor="white"
                class="border" />

I am trying to come with an idea about how to explain type variables in Typescript

Did you know there are type variables in typescript? You don't need to know type of a result from a function. You can just use a variable for whatever this type will be. Cool right?

function identity<T>(arg: T): T {
    return arg;

Please check out: https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/functions.html# rest-parameters

https://www.typescriptlang.org/docs/handbook/generics.html# working-with-generic-type-variables


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