Introduction The TreeMap in Java is used to implement Map interface and NavigableMap along with the AbstractMap Class. The map is sorted according to the natural ordering of its keys, or by a Comparator provided at map creation time, depending on which constructor is used. This proves to be an efficient way of sorting and …

## What is Morris traversal?

Morris (InOrder) traversal is a tree traversal algorithm that does not employ the use of recursion or a stack. In this traversal, links are created as successors and nodes are printed using these links. Finally, the changes are reverted back to restore the original tree. Algorithm Initialize current as root While current is not NULL …

## HashMap computeIfAbsent() method in Java with Examples

The computeIfAbsent(Key, Function) method of HashMap class is used to compute value for a given key using the given mapping function, if key is not already associated with a value (or is mapped to null) and enter that computed value in Hashmap else null. If mapping function of this method returns null, then no mapping …

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## Edit Distance

The edit distance algorithm is very popular among the data scientists. It’s one of the basic algorithms used for evaluation of machine translation and speech recognition. The naive approach would be to check for all possible edit sequences and choose the shortest one in-between. That would result in an exponential complexity and it’s an overkill …

## Long VS Integer

Long is the Object form of long, and Integer is the object form of int. Integer is a signed 32 bit integer type Denoted as Int Size = 32 bits (4byte) Can hold integers of range -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647 default value is 0 Long is a signed 64 bit integer type Denoted as Long Size …

## How to avoid Integer Overflow when comparing two node valued in BST?

For example, if here are one BST as: [Integer.MIN_VALUE, Integer.MIN_VALUE] If I want to compare if the left child node is smaller or equal to parent nod – 1, the value gonna be overflow. In this case, don’t use Integer.MIN_VALUE, use null as the default instead. Here is an example about using null as comparison …

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## Recover Binary Search Tree

This is No.99 in LeetCode. Here are approaches to this problem: Approach 1: Sort an Almost Sorted Array Where Two Elements Are Swapped Algorithm Here is the algorithm: Construct inorder traversal of the tree. It should be an almost sorted list where only two elements are swapped. Identify two swapped elements x and y in …

## How to get random number in a range in Java

Let’s use the Math.random method to generate a random number in a given range: public int getRandomNumber(int min, int max) { return (int) ((Math.random() * (max – min)) + min); } Why does that work? Well, let’s look at what happens when Math.random returns 0.0, it’s the lowest possible output: 0.0 * (max – min) …

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## How to sort 2D array in Java

My code : Arrays.sort(intervals, new Comparator<int[]>(){ @Override public int compare( int[] a, int[] b ){ return a[0]==b[0] ? a[1] – b[1] : a[0] – b[0]; // return Integer.compare( a[0], b[0] ); } }); And here is an simple way: Arrays.sort(myArr, (a, b) -> a[0] – b[0]);

## Sort List

This is No.148 Problem in LeetCode. Here are two approaches as below: Top Down Merge Sort Recursively split the original list into two halves. The split continues until there is only one node in the linked list (Divide phase). To split the list into two halves, we find the middle of the linked list using …