Print all nested directories and files in a given directory – Recursion

Given a source directory, write a recursive program to print all the nested directories and files in the source directory. Example: [Hellojava] [target] original-Hellojava-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar [classes] [com] [example] [lambda] [demo] Hello.class [maven-archiver] pom.properties Hellojava-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar pom.xml Hellojava.iml [src] [test] [java] [main] [resources] [java] [com] Hello.java Approach: Check if given file is directory,  if yes then print its … Read more Print all nested directories and files in a given directory – Recursion

Maximum meetings in one room

You have one meeting room at your company. There are N meeting needs to take place. Every meeting has a start time and end time along with the meeting title. Your task is to schedule as many meetings as possible in that conference room with no conflicts.  Example: Meetings: A[ Start Time: 1, End Time: … Read more Maximum meetings in one room

Check if given sudoku is valid or not

Problem: Given a filled sudoku, write a program to check if sudoku is valid or following all of its rules. SUDOKU rules:  Each column contains all of the digits from 1 to 9 only once. Each row contains all of the digits from 1 to 9 only once. Each of the nine 3×3 sub-grid contains … Read more Check if given sudoku is valid or not

Sort the indexes of the array as per the elements of the array

Objective: Given an array, write a java program to sort the indexes of the array according to the elements of the given array ( do not sort the given array) Example: Input Array: [5, 6, 1, 2, 8, 4, 3, 0] Sorted indices as per input array: [7, 2, 3, 6, 5, 0, 1, 4] … Read more Sort the indexes of the array as per the elements of the array

Calculate (x^y)%z without using pow() function

Problem: Given integers x, y, and z. Write a program to calculate (x^y)%z without pow() function. Example: x = 2, y= 5, z = 3 Output: (2 ^ 5) % 3 = 2 x = 5, y= 55, z = 221 Output: (5 ^ 55) % 221 = 112 Approach: Straight forward way to calculate … Read more Calculate (x^y)%z without using pow() function

Job Sequencing algorithm – Java

Objective: You are given n jobs along with the deadline and profit for each job. Your task is to write an algorithm to choose the jobs wisely which can maximize the profit. Also compute the maximum profit. Below are the details Each job duration is 1 unit. Name – Name of the job. Deadline – … Read more Job Sequencing algorithm – Java

Find subarray with a sum to given number-2 | Handle negative numbers

Problem: Given an array (positive and negative) and an integer, find the subarray with sum is equal to the given integer.  Note: This problem is an extension of – find the subarray with sum to a Given Value, in which arrays with negative numbers are not handled.  Example: Given input: [25, 12, -14, 22, -19, … Read more Find subarray with a sum to given number-2 | Handle negative numbers

Sort the two dimensional (2D) array – In-place

Problem: Given a two-dimensional array where each individual row is sorted in ascending order. Your task to sort the entire 2d array in ascending order. Write an algorithm for the sorting. Example: Given Array: [[5, 12, 17, 21, 23] [1, 2, 4, 6, 8] [12, 14, 18, 19, 27] [3, 7, 9, 15, 25]] Sorted … Read more Sort the two dimensional (2D) array – In-place

Implement/Design the version control map system

Problem: Implement the version control map system which takes the snapshot of the versions of data. Implement the following functions: put(key, value) – puts the value again the key in the latest version of the map get(key) – get the value of the key for the latest version of the data snapshot() – take a … Read more Implement/Design the version control map system

Sort Map as per values – Java Program

Objective: Given a map which has String as key and Integer as value. Write a program to sort the map in descending order according to the values. Example: Given Map: Joe : 1000 Earl : 1200 Carl : 2000 Brad : 1510 Dow : 500 Sorted Map: Carl : 2000 Brad : 1510 Earl : … Read more Sort Map as per values – Java Program

Find if any two intervals overlap in given intervals

Objective: Interval is defined as [start, end]- the start of an interval to the end of the interval. Given a list of Intervals. Your task is to check if any two intervals overlap. Example: Given Interval: [[1,5], [6,10], [12,15], [3,7]] Two intervals are present which intersect Given Interval: [[1,5], [6,10], [12,15]] No intervals overlasx Approach:  … Read more Find if any two intervals overlap in given intervals

Given an array, find all unique subsets with a given sum with allowed repeated digits.

Objective: Given an array of integers and number N, Write an algorithm to find and print all the unique subsets of array for which sum is equal to N where array elements can be repeated any number of times.  Example: int [] arrA={2,4,3} sum =6 Output: [2, 2, 2] [2, 4] [3, 3] int [] … Read more Given an array, find all unique subsets with a given sum with allowed repeated digits.

Print all steps to convert one string to another string

Objective: Given two strings, source string and target string, which are permutation or anagram of each other. You are allowed two swap only consecutive characters. Write an algorithm to print all the steps ( all the swaps) which will lead the conversion of the source string to the target string. NOTE: There could be multiple … Read more Print all steps to convert one string to another string

Lexicographically next permutation With One swap

Objective: Given an array of integers (in particular order or permutation of a set of numbers), write an algorithm to find the lexicographically next permutation of the given permutation with only one swap.  This problem can also be asked as “Given a permutation of numbers you need to find the next larger permutation OR smallest … Read more Lexicographically next permutation With One swap