Hello,

LeetCode is a good place to practice programming by solving problems of all levels!

After you solve a problem, you'll get access to all submitted solutions, sorted by time and memory usage. That's a nice way to compare your code to others and see what you did well and where you can improve.

Here's my solutions for the Arrays 101: Introduction card:

## Max Consecutive Ones

https://leetcode.com/problems/max-consecutive-ones/

```
class Solution:
def findMaxConsecutiveOnes(self, nums: List[int]) -> int:
max_counter = 0
counter = 0
for i in nums:
if i == 1:
counter += 1
else:
if counter > max_counter:
max_counter = counter
counter = 0
if counter > max_counter:
max_counter = counter
return max_counter
```

## Find Numbers with Even Number of Digits

https://leetcode.com/problems/find-numbers-with-even-number-of-digits/

```
class Solution:
@staticmethod
def is_even(value):
return len(str(value)) % 2 == 0
def findNumbers(self, nums: List[int]) -> int:
return_value = 0
for number in nums:
if self.is_even(number):
return_value += 1
return return_value
```

## Squares of a Sorted Array

https://leetcode.com/problems/squares-of-a-sorted-array/

*When writing code like this be careful because you're altering the A list in place.*

```
class Solution:
def sortedSquares(self, A: List[int]) -> List[int]:
for index, num in enumerate(A):
A[index] = num ** 2
return sorted(A)
```

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