#### In order to make the range smaller, at each iteration, we'll consider mid the middle **point** of [low, high]. Because of the way mid is computed, mid+1 is also in the range. We'll check if the closest value is at mid or mid+1 and update high or low accordingly. One can check that the range actually gets smaller. Edit to answer to comments:. Here's one way, using the RANN package. The approach is similar to that shown in this post, but is adapted for a single set of **points** (the linked post was about finding the **nearest** **point** in set A to each **point** in set B).. xy <- read.table(text='point x y 1 1601774 14544454 2 1616574 14579422 3 1608698 14572922 4 1602948 14572990 5 1607355 14573871 6 1615336 14578178 7 1603398 14574495 8. **K** Closest **Points** to Origin. Rotting Oranges. Smallest Integer Divisible by **K**. Duplicate Zeros. ... K-Concatenation Maximum Sum. Powered By GitBook. **LeetCode** Problems. This GitBook contains the problems from https://**leetcode**.com that I have done along with my solutions and the optimal solutions (if mine aren't optimal). Next. Array.

**Closest Points**to Origin.

**LeetCode**1249. Minimum Remove to Make Valid Parentheses.

**LeetCode**1428. Leftmost Column with at Least a One. Jan 13, 2019 · 花花酱

**LeetCode**2249. Count Lattice

**Points**Inside a Circle; 花花酱

**LeetCode**1232. Check If It Is a Straight Line; 花花酱

**LeetCode**1895.

**LeetCode**973.

**K**Closest

**Points**to Origin.

**LeetCode**1249. Minimum Remove to Make Valid Parentheses.

**LeetCode**1428. Leftmost Column with at Least a One. ...

**LeetCode**1779. Find

**Nearest**

**Point**That Has the Same X or Y Coordinate.

**LeetCode**1780. Check if Number is a Sum of Powers of Three.

**LeetCode**1781. Sum of Beauty of All Substrings. Amazon Online Assessment (OA) - K

**Nearest**Post Offices. Find the k post offices located

**closest**to you, given your location and a list of locations of all post offices available.. Locations are given in 2D coordinates in [X, Y], where X and Y are integers.. Euclidean distance is applied to find the distance between you and a post office. Of the valid

**points**, [2,4] and [4,4] have the smallest.