In this post, we will see how to sort an array of integers using iterative merge sort algorithm.
Given an unsorted array of integers whose each element lies in range 0 to n-1 where n is the size of the array, rearrange array such that A[A[i]] is set to i for every element A[i] in the array. Do this in linear time and without using any extra constant space.
Given an array of integers, duplicates appear in it even number of times except two elements which appears odd number of times. Find both odd appearing element without using any extra memory.
Given an array representing a Min Heap, convert Min Heap into a Max Heap. The conversion should be done inplace and in linear time.
Given an array, reverse every group of consecutive m elements in given subarray of it.
Given an array of integers, find all distinct combinations of given length.
Given an array of integers, find a subset in it that has maximum product of its elements.
Given an unsorted array of integers, print all pairs with given difference k in it without using any extra space.
Given an unsorted array of integers, print all pairs with given difference k in it.
Given a sorted array containing duplicates, efficiently find frequency of each element in it without traversing the whole array.
Given an array of integers, determine the index of an element before which all elements are smaller and after which all are greater.
In this post, we will discuss how to shuffle or randomize a List in Java using Fisher–Yates shuffle algorithm and shuffle() method provided by the Collections class.