LeetCode: Check If Two String Arrays are Equivalent

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This week’s algorithm was another “Easy” one for most, but always a learning experience for me! I refreshed my memory about .join() and the beautiful things it can do!


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My initial solution was the following:

However, upon discussing it with my study group, we were able to find a more optimal one line solution.


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