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Samsung Noida R & D On Campus Internship Interview Experience

  • Difficulty Level : Medium
  • Last Updated : 05 Sep, 2018
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Samsung Noida R & D came to our campus for internships.

Round 1: Coding Round

The online round had 1 question and 3 hours to solve it. It was a simple implementation question: You are given the positions of a horse and other pieces in a chess board. Find out the number of situations where the horse takes out a chess piece in one move provided that no piece is blocking its path. You can compile as many times as you want but the number of submissions was only 3 hence corner cases must be dealt with carefully.

Round 2: Technical Interview

This round lasted for about 20 minutes. I was asked to write the code to delete a given node in a doubly linked list.
Next I was given the following question: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/collect-maximum-points-in-a-grid-using-two-traversals/ with DP and DFS variations.



I was asked about Copy constructor and why we use Copy constructor instead of memcpy. I was also asked about virtual functions and their use. The interviewer made me write the code to explain my examples clearly. Lastly he asked about virtual memory – What is virtual memory and how it works in detail.

Round 3: HR Round

This was a quick one. He asked me about my family and other stuff. Lastly he asked me if I got selected in which area I would like to work in Samsung mobile.

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