Given a stack, sort it using recursion. The use of any other data structures (like containers in STL or Collections in Java) is not allowed.
Given a M x N matrix, count number of different ways to reach the bottom-right corner of a matrix from its top-left corner with exactly K turns allowed and using only the directions right or down.
Given a list which can grow in both horizontal and vertical directions (right and down), flatten it into a singly linked list. The conversion should be in such a way that down node is processed before the next node for any node.
Given a binary tree where each node has one extra pointer next, set next pointer to inorder successor for all nodes in the binary tree.
Given a binary tree, efficiently print all nodes between two given levels in a binary tree. The nodes for any level should be printed from left to right.
Given a linked list, swap its k’th node from beginning with its k’th node from end. The swapping should be done in such a way that only links between the nodes are exchanged, and no data is swapped.
In this post, we will see how to sort N2 numbers in increasing order using a N x N Young tableau in O(N3) time.
A M x N Young tableau is an M x N matrix such that the entries of each row are in sorted order from left to right and the entries of each column are in sorted order from top to bottom. Some of the entries of a Young tableau may be infinity, which indicates an …
Given a directed graph and two vertices (say source and destination vertex), determine if the destination vertex is reachable from the source vertex or not. If the path exists from the source vertex to the destination vertex, print it.
Given a list of jobs where each job has a start and finish time, and also has profit associated with it, find maximum profit subset of non-overlapping jobs.
Given a binary tree, calculate the difference between sum of all nodes present at odd levels and sum of all nodes present at even level.
Given a set of rectangular 3D boxes, create a stack of boxes which is as tall as possible. A box can be placed on top of another box if the dimensions of the 2D base of the lower box are each strictly larger than those of the 2D base of the higher box. Multiple instances …