Adobe Interview Experience | Set 48 (On-Campus)
- A variation of Knapsack
- Easy string manipulation problem
- A brute-force based string matching problem
Technical Round 1:
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- Finding the length of a Linked-List with a cycle.
- Difference between a stack and a heap with respect to Virtual Memory
- Given a cube in 3D space with integer dimensions, print all the lattice points on the surface of the cube.
Technical Round 2:
- Print Pyramid of 1’s with given height.
- Allocate 2D arrays in C with both dimensions accepted as input.
- Can C programs without main() function exist? (Object Files, Shared and Static Libraries, and how to create them using GCC)
- What is a graph traversal?
- Print all nodes with shortest distance k from a given root node in a graph.
- How does Breadth-first Search work?
Technical Round 3:
- Create a queue from a 2 stacks
- Print Fibonacci sequence in order using only recursion and no extra space.
- Create a function to match a simple regex.
- Why want to join Adobe?
- What is the team preference?
- What are your shortcomings?
- Given a table of data, where each row determines a metric, convert it to a single column of data where the new data item indicates the metric with reasonable accuracy (Principal Component Analysis)
- Having a research background, why want to join a software company?
- Details about college events
If you don’t like the team you are assigned to, how will you tackle this?
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