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AnswersThe stepping number:

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A number is called as a stepping number if the adjacent digits are having a difference of 1. For eg. 8,343,545 are stepping numbers. While 890, 098 are not. The difference between a ‘9’ and ‘0’ should not be considered as 1.

Given start number(s) and an end number(e) your function should list out all the stepping numbers in the range including both the numbers s & e.| Report Duplicate | Flag | PURGE

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AnswersGiven a NXN matrix, starting from the upper left corner of the matrix start printing values in a counter-clockwise fashion.

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Eg: Consider N = 4

Matrix= {a, b, c, d,

e, f, g, h,

i, j, k, l,

m, n, o, p}

Your function should output: dcbaeimnoplhgfjk

Another example would be

C I P E

R N K U

U O W O

L E S Y

The function should print: EPICRULESYOUKNOW| Report Duplicate | Flag | PURGE

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AnswersWe have 'n' patients and 'm' problems. The problems are of boolean type. Eg diabetes problem would be 'T' if a patient has it or 'F' otherwise. Suggest the data structure you would store this scenario on?

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Q: We have a set of problems {diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease} find all the patients who have at least the 3 problems from the set.

The number of patients can be huge (n).

The number of problems not comparatively huge (m).

Which would be the best data structure to store these kind of records, so that we have a better search time.| Report Duplicate | Flag | PURGE

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AnswerWe have 'n' patients and 'm' problems. The problems are of boolean type. Eg diabetes problem would be 'T' if a patient has it or 'F' otherwise. Suggest the data structure you would store this scenario on?

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Q: We have a set of problems {diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease} find all the patients who have at least the 3 problems from the set.

The number of patients can be huge (n).

The number of problems not comparatively huge (m).| Report Duplicate | Flag | PURGE

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It is 8,343,545. If we are given startNum as 8 and endNum as n should print out all stepping numbers from 8 to n (including both). Hence the 8.

- Anon October 15, 2014