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Intuit was the first company to visit our campus. They selected 6 students.

Online Round
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Only people with CGPA of 9+ were allowed to write this. They shortlisted 13 people after this round.

20 questions including aptitude and output (pretty easy).

3 coding questions:

 

1. Given two integers c and s, find maximum integer, i, for which:
c * log(i) * sqrt(i) * i <= s

2. Given two strings A and B, find the list of ending indices of every subtring of B that&rsquo;s a prefix of A.

3. Given two arrays, A and B, find the number of pairs for which GCD(a, b) != 1, where a is a number in A and b in B.

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Design for Delight
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A GD round with no elimination.
Question: There is an app which is supposed to calculate the profit of a SBO. What questions should the app ask?

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Interview Round I
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1. For a given array = [4, 2, 3, 6, 11, 7, 9, 8], output = 6. Find the pattern, and code it.
Solution: Pattern = Numbers on the left of 6 are less than 6 and on the right of 6 are greater than 6.

2. Given a 3&times;3 matrices of dots:
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Traverse all the dots using 4 lines without lifting the pen and without visiting a dot twice.

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Interview Round II
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1. Given the position of knight and some square on the chessboard, find the minimum number of moves that the knight must make to reach that square.

2. A matrix which consists of 1s and 0s, 1 represents island and 0 represents water. Find the size of the largest island.

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Interview Round III (Design Round)
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1. Design a college administration system.

2. Design a URL shortener service.

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Interview Round IV
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1. There is a function that produces anagrams. How will you test if the function works as it should?

2. Given a stack, how do you keep track of the minimum element?

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HR Round

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