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How Clear is this Interview Question?

By : user3851226
Date : October 17 2020, 11:12 AM
will be helpful for those in need I would say that this is pretty darn unclear. You want an unsorted list for input, and a sorted list as output.
Each item in the output list is a tree-node, but there is no balance enforced on the tree. Couldn't the user just read in the values for all the nodes, sort them, and then loop over the sorted values creating new nodes, each of which point at the previous node, and essentially be done...they've created a grossly unbalanced tree (no branches), but who cares?
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Is this regular expression interview question a fair question for a Senior Programmer position?

By : Rajnish
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you @jpinto3912 - OK:
code :
/adt[ui]t+\S?/                == adt(u|i)tt*(\S|)

// this one is a pain due to the insensitive casing, but is do-able
/b[^e]ac?h+\s\s\sBALL/i == 
  (B|b)((a|A)|(b|B)|(c|C)|(d|D)|(f|F)|...|(z|Z)|..special characters..)(a|A)(c|C|)

// fail on negative lookahead
/he{5}[Ly]+o\bwo[^r]L(?!d)/   == heeeee(L|y)(L|y)*o\bwo(all characters not r)L 

/ab?c+(de{1,3})/              == a(b|)cc*d(e|ee|eee)

Job Interview Question

By : user1929947
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I'm not an asp programmer, but since you've asked for opinions, here's one from Joel

SQL interview question

By : Elracorey
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue While this is pretty much the same as Phil Sandler's answer, this should return two separate tables (and I think it looks cleaner) (it works in SQL Server, at least):
code :
DECLARE @temp TABLE (num int)
INSERT INTO @temp VALUES (1),(2),(4),(5),(8),(9),(13)

DECLARE @min INT, @max INT
SELECT @min = MIN(num), @max = MAX(num) FROM @temp

SELECT t.num + 1 AS range_start
    FROM @temp t
    LEFT JOIN @temp t2 ON t.num + 1 = t2.num
    WHERE t.num < @max AND t2.num IS NULL

SELECT t.num - 1 AS range_end
    FROM @temp t
    LEFT JOIN @temp t2 ON t.num - 1 = t2.num
    WHERE t.num > @min AND t2.num IS NULL

Odd C interview question

By : Fanhao Kong
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you #include "/dev/stdin" is the trick.
A silly interview question at best.

C# interview question

By : Egor Aristov
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , Each byte has 8 bits, which are either on (1) or off (0). So you'd want to turn on the specified bits, using the bitwise operators.
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