By Rui Ming

This publication has 25 fundamental coding difficulties supplemented by means of C++ ideas perfect for technical interview arrangements for a software program Developer place at tech titans like Google, Microsoft, fb, Apple, Twitter, Amazon or many Silicon Valley startups.

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Variation 3: Max Product of Subarray. Variation 4: Max Sum of Sub [2D] Matrix. Test Cases 1. [4] – single item 2. [4,-5,1,5,-6,9] – general case; max = 9 3. [0,0,-1,0,-4] – zeroes and negatives; max = 0 4. [-7, -2, -3, -11, -4, -5] – all negatives; max = -2 Solution There exists solution with O(1) space and O(n) runtime complexity for this problem. If there is at least one positive number in the array, one can use two variables to track running-sum and max-sum. The running-sum tracks the last positive sum.

Solution A k-rotation to the right can actually be performed by applying 3 reverse operations: 1. Reverse the first n-k items of the array 2. Reverse the last k items of the array 3. Reverse entire array One extra care you need to be careful with is when k > n. The trick is to apply modulo n. void Reverse(int* nums, const int len) { int32_t i = 0; int32_t j = len - 1; while (i < j) { // XOR trick to do Swap(nums, i, j) nums[i] = nums[i] ^ nums[j]; nums[j] = nums[i] ^ nums[j]; nums[i] = nums[i] ^ nums[j]; ++i; --j; } } void Rotate(int nums[], const int n, int k) { if (n <= 1) return; k = k % n; if (k == 0) return; Reverse(&nums[n - k], k); Reverse(&nums[0], n - k); Reverse(&nums[0], n); } InOrder Iterator (Binary Tree) Problem Implements the Constructor and HasNext(), GetNext() functions of the given InOrderIterator class that traverses a Binary Tree in-order way.

To create a balanced BST from a sorted list, the common approach is to use a divide-and-conquer pattern in a top-down fashion; inserting the middle node and split the list into two parts pivoting on this middle node, and then recurse left and right. On each recursion, again pick and insert the middle node of the left subtree, keep recursing until no more nodes to insert. Process the right subtree in similar fashion. Unlike, the array data structure where direct indexing is possible, getting middle node of a Linked List is not O(1), unless another auxiliary data structure like HashTable is used.