## Accolite Interview | Set 2 (On-Campus)

Accolite came to our campus for recruitment. First Round Written Test: 30 MCQs in which question related to DS Networking OS Unix commands DBMS. Questions… Read More »

- Largest Square in a Binary Matrix with at most K 1s for multiple Queries
- Real-time application of Data Structures
- Construct a Doubly linked linked list from 2D Matrix
- Flood Fill Algorithm
- Program to reverse the rows in a 2d Array
- Submatrix of given size with maximum 1's
- Check whether a Matrix is a Latin Square or not
- Puzzle | Connect 9 circles each arranged at center of a Matrix using 3 straight lines
- Maximum of all distances to the nearest 1 cell from any 0 cell in a Binary matrix
- Return an array of anti-diagonals of given N*N square matrix
- Find the count of mountains in a given Matrix
- Maximum size of square such that all submatrices of that size have sum less than K
- Find if there is a path between two vertices in a directed graph | Set 2
- Minimum number of Water to Land conversion to make two islands connected in a Grid
- Construct a Matrix of size NxN with values in range [1, N^2] as per given conditions
- Count of palindromic plus paths in a given Matrix
- Java Program to Add two Matrices
- Traverse a given Matrix using Recursion
- C program to implement Adjacency Matrix of a given Graph
- Maximum size square Sub-Matrix with sum less than or equals to K
- Encryption and Decryption of String according to given technique
- Sort the major diagonal of the matrix
- Leftmost Column with atleast one 1 in a row-wise sorted binary matrix
- Check if any King is unsafe on the Chessboard or not
- Minimize count of divisions by D to obtain at least K equal array elements
- Check if cells numbered 1 to K in a grid can be connected after removal of atmost one blocked cell
- Java Program to Multiply two Matrices of any size
- Generalized Fibonacci Numbers
- Count all square sub-matrix with sum greater than the given number S
- Find the product of sum of two diagonals of a square Matrix

Accolite came to our campus for recruitment. First Round Written Test: 30 MCQs in which question related to DS Networking OS Unix commands DBMS. Questions… Read More »

Given an n x n matrix, where every row and column is sorted in non-decreasing order. Print all elements of matrix in sorted order. Example:… Read More »

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Given an n x n square matrix, find sum of all sub-squares of size k x k where k is smaller than or equal to… Read More »

The below program checks if two square matrices of size 4*4 are identical or not.For any two matrix to be equal, number of rows and… Read More »

Transpose of a matrix is obtained by changing rows to columns and columns to rows. In other words, transpose of A[][] is obtained by changing… Read More »

The below program subtracts of two square matrices of size 4*4, we can change N for different dimension. C++ filter_none edit close play_arrow link brightness_4… Read More »

The below program adds two square matrices of size 4*4, we can change N for different dimension. Recommended: Please solve it on “PRACTICE” first, before… Read More »

Given two matrices, the task to multiply them. Matrices can either be square or rectangular. Examples: Input : mat1[][] = {{1, 2}, {3, 4}} mat2[][]… Read More »

Given an array, find the largest element in it. Example: Input : arr[] = {10, 20, 4} Output : 20 Input : arr[] = {20,… Read More »

Write a code which inputs two numbers m and n and creates a matrix of size m x n (m rows and n columns) in… Read More »

Given an n x n matrix, where every row and column is sorted in non-decreasing order. Find the kth smallest element in the given 2D… Read More »

Given two square matrices A and B of size n x n each, find their multiplication matrix. Naive Method Following is a simple way to… Read More »