What’s the difference between Row Polymorphism and Structural Typing?

The definitions I’ve stumbled across seem to indicate they express the same idea. That’s that the relationship between record types is determined by their fields (or properties) rather than their names. Their Wikipedia pages also seem to indicate the same idea:

A structural type system (or property-based type system) is a major class of type system in which type compatibility and equivalence are determined by the type’s actual structure or definition and not by other characteristics such as its name or place of declaration.

In programming language type theory, row polymorphism is a kind of polymorphism that allows one to write programs that are polymorphic on record field types (also known as rows, hence row polymorphism).

Are there any differences between them?

What’s the difference between a jelly, a pudding, and other oozes?

Several types of named oozes exist in 5th edition, but the naming conventions are strange. Black puddings and ochre jellies exist, alongside simple grey oozes. Do these names signify anything? Obviously the color portion signifies the color of the ooze, but the second halves of the names are more ambiguous.

Since my searches within 5th edition have turned up nothing, previous editions’ lore is welcome.

Divide first n square numbers 1^2, 2^2, ……. n^2 into two groups such that absolute difference of the sum of the two groups is minimum [closed]

lets say Given input is n = 6 (n is as large as 100000) My task is to divide {1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36} into two groups and PRINT these two groups

Possible Solution 1: dividing groups as {1, 9, 36} and {4, 16, 25} which gives abs diff as abs(46 – 45) = 1. So the minimum difference is 1 and the two groups are {1, 9, 36} and {4, 16, 25}

Possible Solution 2: Another Possible Solution is dividing groups as {9, 36} and {1, 4, 16, 25} which gives abs diff as abs(45 – 46) = 1. So the minimum difference is 1 and the two groups are {9, 36} and {1, 4, 16, 25}.

If there are multiple solutions we can print any one. Iam trying to solve it using https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/divide-1-n-two-groups-minimum-sum-difference/ but its not working.

I know that min difference is always 0 or 1 for n >= 6 but how to divide them into two groups.

And can we extend this problem to cubes, fourth powers, so on. if so what is the strategy used

difference between “addressable” and “address” in memory?

I’m struggle on this practice question from this site….

Calculate the number of bits required in the address for memory having size of 16 GB. Assume the memory is 4-byte addressable.

MY QUESTION IS: what is the difference between an "address" and "the memory is 4 byte addressable"?

I understand an address would be its location in memory that is represented by bits, such as 2^n, where n is the number of bits in the address. But I’m confused about addressable in this question and how that’s different than address

2^n * 4 bytes = 2^34 The solution is 32 bits