Data Interview Qs - Generating partitions

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Generating partitions

Python Data Structures Arrays Recursion

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Given a positive integer, X, write code to generate all the possible partitions. A partition is simply a list of (positive) integers that will sum up to X.

For example, if X=3, then your code should return the following partitions: [1,1,1], [1,2], [3]. Additionally, note that the order does not matter (meaning [1,2] and [2,1] would be considered the same in our example).

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