Problem Solving for Coding Interviews
by Karthik Naidu
Publisher: GitBook 2015
Number of pages: 285
An engineer's notes on problem solving. Ideally suited as practice material for coding interviews. This started out as a collection of interview questions and solutions that I accumulated over the years. I've scoured through several forums like Careercup and Glassdoor. While they're an excellent source for questions, finding good solutions with explanations is quite hard. Hence I decided to start preparing my own solutions and sharing it with others. Each post has 5 sections: problem statement, examples, algorithm, code, test cases and a discussion on time-complexity.
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