## Facebook Interview Questions

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Congrats on aonecode member A.P. for signing the offer with FB! Thanks for sharing the experience with us.

phone:

postorder tree traversal recursive -> iterative

add two binary number

on-site:

1 ring buffer

2 merge intervals

3 Leetcode alien dictionary

4.sort list of words

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Given a number, rearrange the digits of that number to make a higher number, among all such permutations that are greater,one of them is the smallest, Find the smallest greater permutation (the next Permutation).

Examples:

next_permutation (12) = 21

next_permutation (315) = 351

next_permutation (583) = 835

next_permutation (12389) = 12398

next_permutation (34722641) = 34724126

- -2of 2 votes
If b == “1”:

quit()

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Given a binary tree, where each node represents an integer, find the max value of path sum.

- 5of 5 votes
FB On-site March

Q: Find number of Islands.

XXXOO

OOOXX

XXOOX

Return 3 islands.

1 1 1OO

OOO2 2

3 3OO 2

Followup: If the board is too big to fit in memory, how to get the number?

- 1of 1 vote
Interleave list of lists in Java

Example:

input = [[1,2,3], [9, 0], [5], [-4,-5,-2,-3,-1]];

output = [1,9,5,-4,2,0,-5,3,-2,-3,-1]

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Given an array of n elements return true if 3 of the sum of 3 elements is equal to a constant c

Example array a[6,2,3,4] constant c = 9

if a[1] + [2] + [3] == c return true

The size of the array is n

If any set of 3 elements is equal to the constant c, then return false

- 2of 2 votes
Given a string with alpha-numeric characters and parentheses, return a string with balanced parentheses by removing the fewest characters possible. You cannot add anything to the string.

- 2of 2 votes
Given a collection of two dimensional points and a number k, return the k closest points to (0,0) by Euclidean distance.

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How do I report a problem with Facebook?Facebook Advertising Help, Tips & Support | Facebook for Business provide facebook help center number ?

- 1of 1 vote
Given a string as input, return the list of all the patterns possible:

`'1' : ['A', 'B', 'C'], '2' : ['D', 'E'], '12' : ['X'] '3' : ['P', 'Q']`

Example if input is '123', then output should be [ADP, ADQ, AEP, AEQ, BDP, BDQ, BEP, BEQ, CDP, CDQ, CEP, CEQ, XP, XQ]

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Move[inplace] the non zero elements at the one end(end of array) and return the numbers of non zero elements in output array

Solution : https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/move-zeroes-end-array/

- 0of 0 votes
what is UI/Main Thread in android.

when you can use Thread over Service

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Question 2: Given a number 'k', return the corresponding row, given the pattern:

k => output

0 => []

1 => ["0", "1", "8"]

2 => ["00", "11", "69", "96", "88"]

3 => ["000", "111", "101", "888", ...] // and so on ...

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Question 1: Given an input of an array of string, verify if, turned 180 degrees, it is the "same".

For instance:

[1, 6, 0, 9, 1] => return true

[1, 7, 1] => return false

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March 2018 Phone Interview FB

Calculate a moving average that considers the last N values.

Circular Queue (Interviewer didn't agree with the linked list queue that I suggested at first. Said the pointers took space)

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Why facebook?

What was the biggest technical problem that you solved?

Do you have any apps on google play?

Give me a scenario where the requirements were ambiguous, what did you do?

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Design Instagram like app end to end

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Given a string "L*&EVe)))l", write a method which will determine if the input is a palindrome. Ignore all special characters. Uppercase/lowercase should be considered as same.

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Imagine a room full of people, with only 1 celebrity in the room. Celebrity is defined as a person who does not know anyone, but everyone knows him/her. Write a method who will take array of people and a person as input and return boolean if the person is a celebrity or not.

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Given two input arrays, return true if the words array is sorted according to the ordering array

Input:

words = ['cc', 'cb', 'bb', 'ac']

ordering = ['c', 'b', 'a']

Output: True

Input:

words = ['cc', 'cb', 'bb', 'ac']

ordering = ['b', 'c', 'a']

Output: False

- 2of 2 votes
Give the following input, output if the array is sorted according to the ordering array given. Return true or false.

Input:

words = ['cc', 'cb', 'bb', 'ac']

ordering = ['c', 'b', 'a']

Output: True

Input:

words = ['cc', 'cb', 'bb', 'ac']

[bb cb cc ac]

ordering = ['b', 'c', 'a']

Output: False

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Define a class 'Space' which has a member string variable that indicates if the space is a "tree", a "house" or an empty space and another member variable that will store the 'space neighbors' (left, right, up and down only)

Given a 'Grid' (list) of Spaces write the code for the findAll(start) method to find all the trees and houses given a 'Space' as start point

Example, Grid of 'Spaces':

T 0 0 H 0

0 0 0 0 0

H H T H 0

Where Ts are trees and Hs are houses

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"""

Given a 2d array of 0s and 1s, 0 means water,

1 means land, connected 1s form an island,

count the number of islands on this map.

01010

01001

01101

returns 3

"""

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# Given a dictionary, find all pairs of words that,

# when concatenated together, form a palindrome.

# ‘none', 'xenon': 'nonexenon' is a palindrome

# 'none', 'xexenon': 'nonexexenon' is a palindrome

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How would you work with a backend engineer to design a news feed on mobile. Imagine that we only care about showing the user feed and posting a picture.

Follow-ups

1. what kind of apis would you want him to expose and what would they look like

2. How would you refresh the news feed on the iOS app and how often?

3. How would you cache the data/images. What size cache would you have?

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Given an aray with ['a1', 'a2', .....'aN', 'b1', 'b2', ....'bN', 'c1', 'c2', .....'cN'],

stagger the subarrays so it becomes ['a1', 'b1', 'c1', 'a2', 'b2', 'c2', ...'aN', 'bN', 'cN']. The optimal solution requires linear-time

sorting and a constant space complexity.

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How to design a spreadsheet program? How do you know to update a field after another

field was changed that it depended on?

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Given a set of points in the 2D coordinate system, find the radius of the

smallest circle which encompasses

all the given points

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Try to come up with a combination of two data structures to implement a

data structure that supports search,

delete in O(1) time and insert in O(n) time.Try to come up with a combination of two data structures to implement a

data structure that supports search,

delete in O(1) time and insert in O(n) time.