# The cribbage Strategy

What is cribbage?

It’s the method of solving problems that is most similar to programming languages like Java and C++.

For example, a typical cribbage problem might look like this: How can I find the shortest path between two points in an area?

The solution can be either to use a vector or to compute a function.

But what is a vector?

A vector is a collection of numbers, and can represent the distance between two places.

A vector has two components: a index, which is the position of the beginning of the vector, and a length, which can be any number from 0 to 1.

This means that the distance to the beginning can be calculated with the index.

If we know that the length is 0, then the vector length is 1.

If the index is 0 then the index will be 0.

To find the length, we use the function findLength(x) .

It can be computed by taking the length of the array, adding the length to itself, and multiplying by 2.

The result is the length.

In this example, finding the shortest distance between 2 points is very similar to finding the number of pixels in an array.

A function like findLength takes the length and returns the number at the beginning and end of the length in the array.

Since we know the length has a certain length, it is not possible to calculate the length directly, but the algorithm can be used to compute the distance from the starting point to the end of an array with the following properties: If the array contains a single element, then there is no length.