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### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Software Engineer bei FactSet wurde gefragt...

17. Nov. 2013
 You are given a stream of directions in [up, down, left, right]. Each direction means move one unit in that direction. After completing the movements, you will return to the position where you started. Compute the area of the shape you created. I was asked this when FactSet interviewed me a very long time ago. I liked the question so I sometimes use it myself when I interview other applicants..4 AntwortenThere is no answer. The interviewer just wants to have a good discussion with you about algorithms and running time.Does this mean the area of steps taken (not including duplicate steps)? Or the area of the steps taken AND area of the shape within those steps (assuming the steps produce a complete shape)?use the floor function of (number of moves / 2). [n/2]Mehr Antworten anzeigen@Roshan your solution won't work. It fails for this example up-right-up-right-down-down-left-left

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Software Engineer bei FactSet wurde gefragt...

14. Okt. 2010
 Given a list of sorted/sequential integers with one duplicate, find the duplicate.1 AntwortI got stuck for a little, then realized binary search would work--since you know the sequence and it's sorted, you know what the middle element should be. If the middle element is smaller than you expect, something's duplicated on the left side. Similarly if it's larger, then something's duplicated on the right. Keep going like this and you will eventually find the duplicate.

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Software Engineer bei FactSet wurde gefragt...

14. Okt. 2010
 Write a method that loops through 1-100, and prints "fizz" when the number is a multiple of 3, "buzz" when the number is a multiple of 5, and "fizzbuzz" when the number is a multiple of both 3 and 5.1 AntwortInitially I gave a naive answer which had two booleans and 3 "if" statements which checked for i%15==0, i%3==0, i%5==0, respectively. Then the interviewer asked me whether this could be reduced to two if's. I thought it couldn't, and then she asked me what would happen if I got rid of the check for i%15==0. Then I realized, that we could achieve it through string concatenation (i.e., not printing a newline for every "fizz" or "buzz") The answer was this (in Java) public void fizzBuzz() { for (int i=1; i<=100; i++) { if(i%3==0) System.out.print("fizz"); if(i%5==0) System.out.print("buzz"); } } The trick in the question is that due to the way it's worded, you are tempted to think that you need three conditions. Actually, you only need two. It was a little embarrassing to have slipped in this problem, but I'd been so used to printing lines in C++/Java that I forgot the print statements could be used in this manner. I later googled it and found it is a common interview question.

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Software Engineer bei FactSet wurde gefragt...

14. Okt. 2010
 Design a blackjack game.1 AntwortI gave the class names: Probably, a "Game" class to drive the events in the game, a "Dealer" and "Player" classes, "Card" and "BlackJackCard" classes because a card in blackjack is a little different than a regular card. Then I gave the general data structures each class would contain.

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Mobile Software Engineer bei Priceline.com wurde gefragt...

4. Apr. 2013
 New York guy asked typical iPhone engineering questions but none particularly egregious or challenging, e.g. memory management and ARC1 Antwortstudy up on basic iOS engineering concepts

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Junior Software Engineer bei Interactive Brokers wurde gefragt...

24. Okt. 2019
 Binary tree lookup time.1 AntwortO(n). O(logn) if BST

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Software Engineer bei FactSet wurde gefragt...

3. Apr. 2013
 Others had been saying atoi() was a common question, as was a binary tree question. I did not see either.1 Antwortwhat kind of questions did you get for design and algorithms interview

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Senior Software Engineer bei Priceline.com wurde gefragt...

1. März 2012
 if there are multiple web servers how do consecutive user requests get the session info?1 AntwortHTTPSession Clustering

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Software Engineer bei FactSet wurde gefragt...

14. März 2014
 nothing unexpected.1 Antwortthey are all friendly.

### Ein Bewerber für eine Stelle als Ruby On Rails Software Engineer bei Teladoc Health wurde gefragt...

12. Juli 2013
 Phone interview: Explain how "find_xxx" active record method works. Onsite interview: How to refactoring code (actually production code)1 Antwortruby missing_method
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