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Gblog Geeks Summer Carnival – The Biggest Coding Festival is Back!
The opening breeze of summer has already blown – and like always, it has come up with a lot of positive and fun vibes. Some… Read More
Algebra questions basically involve modeling word problems into equations and then solving them. Some of the very basic formulae that come handy while solving algebra… Read More
Given an unsorted array, find the minimum difference between any pair in given array.Examples : Input : {1, 5, 3, 19, 18, 25}; Output :… Read More
constexpr is a feature added in C++ 11. The main idea is performance improvement of programs by doing computations at compile time rather than run… Read More
I got a call from amazon for opening in SDE – I. It started with a online screening round and followed by one telephonic and… Read More
We have already discussed a way to find time taken by a function through C libraries. If we are on Linux, then it becomes very… Read More
Open your desired video. Add “ss” to URL of your video in youtube. For example, if URL of your youtube video is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H13iz0rbeeo, then new… Read More
Mixture is a combination of two or more elements to form a third element. The questions from mixture are usually based on Ratio and Proportion… Read More
Ratio and Proportion Ratio of two quantities ‘a’ and ‘b’ having same units is simply a / b and is usually written as a:b The… Read More
Percentages is an important topic not only from QA point of view, but also because of its extensive use in Data Interpretation. Percentage means per… Read More
Consider following C++ program. // A program to demonstrate need of namespace int main() {     int value;     value = 0;     double value; // Error here… Read More
Dijkstra’s shortest path algorithm runs in O(Elog V) time when implemented with adjacency list representation (See C implementation and STL based C++ implementations for details).… Read More
Before reading this article, we recommend you to first read about Pushdown Automata and Context Free Languages.   Suppose we have a context free grammar… Read More
Java doesn’t support multi-value returns. We can use following solutions to return multiple values.   If all returned elements are of same type We can… Read More
We strongly recommend to refer below article before moving on to this article. Push Relabel Algorithm | Set 1 (Introduction and Illustration) Problem Statement :… Read More
In Java, if there is a local variable in a method with same name as instance variable, then the local variable hides the instance variable.… Read More