Kamal Rawat

Kamal Rawat

Holds 12+ years of experience in analysis, design, development and implementation of full life cycle of large scale desktop, Cloud and Mobile applications across various domains and platforms in companies like Microsoft and Adobe. You may reach him at hikrawat@gmail.com.

Jun 292017
 

A valid mathematical expression can also have duplicate parenthesis as shown below:

((a+b))
(((a+(b)))+(c+d))

Write code to find if an expression has duplicate parenthesis. You may assume that expression does not have any white spaces. Continue reading »

Jun 282017
 

Print Next Greater Element for every element in the array. The Next greater Element of element x is first greater element on its right side.

Elements for which no greater element exist, next greater element is -1.

Example:
- For any array, rightmost element always has next greater element as -1.
- All elements of an array sorted in decreasing order have next greater element as -1.
- For input array {5, 9, 1, 15}, the next greater elements of each element are as follows.
{9, 15, 15, -1}
- For input array {20, 17, 15, 10}, the next greater elements are {-1, -1, -1, -1}

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Jun 102017
 

Binary tree is a specialization of Graph data structure. Node in a Graph is called a Vertex and the connection between two vertices is called an Edge.

If we use this terminology, A Binary tree edge is only from a parent to its (at the most two) children.  In Graph, any vertex (Node) can connect to any vertex and there is no limit on the number of vertices that a vertex can connect to. The connection can be uni-directional (as in Binary trees) or bi-directional. When connections are uni-directional the edge is called directed edge and graph is called directed graph. When connections are bi-directional, edge is called un-directed edge and graph is called undirected graph. Because of these connections, there is no hierarchy among the vertices of a Graph. Continue reading »

May 122017
 

This question is from exercise in my book Dynamic Programming for Coding Interviews (Question: 1.2, Page-5)

Question: Given an array, arr of integers, write a recursive function that add sum of all the previous numbers to each index of the array. For example, if the input array is

{1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6}

then your function should update the array to

{1, 3, 6, 10, 15, 21}

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May 042017
 

Given two sorted arrays of size m and n respectively. Also given an empty third array of size (m+n). write code to merge the two arrays and store the result in the third array.

INPUT ARRAYS:
          a = {1, 4, 5, 9}
          b = {0, 2, 3, 7, 15, 29}
OUTPUT:
          c = {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 15, 29}

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