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    Need someone to build a tool to analyse the rarities in a planned NFT collection that is being built using hashlips art engine (modified by Codestackr - see here - ) . The tool will need to present information on traits and rarities in a manner like does. The collection has not been minted so the tool needs to be able to analyse the collections build folder comprising the JSON files folder and the image files folder. No particular preference for how you create the backend program, but it must work offline. NOTE: ENTRANTS MUST BE FAMILIAR WITH GENERATIVE ART PROGRAMS AND HASHLIPS IN PARTICULAR. PLEASE FONT ENTER IF YOU'RE NOT A FULLSTACK / SOLIDITY / NFT / JS EXPERT WINNER WILL BE THE FIRST ENTRANT THAT SUBMITS - VIA DM / OFFLINE - A FUNCTIONAL AND BUG FREE TOOL.

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    Given: - an array of N non-negative unique integers - a sum non-negative integer S Write javascript (ES6, e.g., Node.js) function that checks if any subset of the N integers can sum to S (the subsets could be from length 1 to N, we don't care about the length, just the sum), output an array: - empty if no subset of the N integers can sum to S - otherwise, each element of the array is another array with a subset that sums to S, thus the elements would be all the different ways we can form subsets of N that sum to S ; do not duplicate the elements of the array, and also do not miss any subset that sums to S. How about subsets [ a b ] and [ b a ] ? To avoid confusion, each element should be in numerical order, so only one of [ a b ] and [ b a ] would be included the array e.g., N is...

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