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In mathematics and computer science, an algorithm is an effective method expressed as a finite list of well-defined instructions for calculating a function. Algorithms are used for calculation, data processing, and automated reasoning.

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Most of the time we need to understand someone else' code for example I am studying Graph Algorithms from Sedgewick's online resources, the particular code example is taken from cycle detection … store the generated cycle as well but I am not able to trace how would the algorithm would execute and why the author has takes one extra parameter in the dfs code. Generally how should I proceed to understand such recursive algorithms? …
asked May 22 '16 by CodeYogi
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I have to give my one of the biggest interviews next week and I am working hard for that. I have also enrolled myself for some mock interviews for that. So, coming to the problem last day I had this m …
asked Dec 30 '16 by CodeYogi
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Given a list of transactions like: A -> 10 to B B -> 10 to C The naive way to settle the transaction would be: C owes 10 to B B owes 10 to A But the same transaction could be settled by: C owes …
asked Nov 29 '16 by CodeYogi
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I have been doing some practice problems on LinkedList but more than half of my time is spent on managing null pointer issue in my code, provided I have to keep track of current, previous and runners …
asked Oct 11 '16 by CodeYogi
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I need to design an UI to edit a research paper, I don't have enough knowledge about the research domain but still I tried to do my best and thought to design a normalized schema. I am describing the …
asked Apr 16 '17 by CodeYogi
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I understand the recursion and find it useful and intuitive while solving problems on trees but for many other problems recursion never fails me to leave puzzled. Recently I was solving the following …
asked Aug 5 '16 by CodeYogi