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Data structures


def preorder(tree):
    if tree:
def postorder(tree):
    if tree != None:
def inorder(tree):
  if tree != None:

Binary Search Tree (BST)


# Python program to demonstrate delete operation
# in binary search tree
# A Binary Tree Node
class Node:
    # Constructor to create a new node
    def __init__(self, key):
        self.key = key 
        self.left = None
        self.right = None
# A utility function to do inorder traversal of BST
def inorder(root):
    if root is not None:
        print root.key,
# A utility function to insert a new node with given key in BST
def insert( node, key):
    # If the tree is empty, return a new node
    if node is None:
        return Node(key)
    # Otherwise recur down the tree
    if key < node.key:
        node.left = insert(node.left, key)
        node.right = insert(node.right, key)
    # return the (unchanged) node pointer
    return node
# Given a non-empty binary search tree, return the node
# with minum key value found in that tree. Note that the
# entire tree does not need to be searched 
def minValueNode( node):
    current = node
    # loop down to find the leftmost leaf
    while(current.left is not None):
        current = current.left 
    return current 
# Given a binary search tree and a key, this function
# delete the key and returns the new root
def deleteNode(root, key):
    # Base Case
    if root is None:
        return root 
    # If the key to be deleted is smaller than the root's
    # key then it lies in  left subtree
    if key < root.key:
        root.left = deleteNode(root.left, key)
    # If the kye to be delete is greater than the root's key
    # then it lies in right subtree
    elif(key > root.key):
        root.right = deleteNode(root.right, key)
    # If key is same as root's key, then this is the node
    # to be deleted
        # Node with only one child or no child
        if root.left is None :
            temp = root.right 
            root = None
            return temp 
        elif root.right is None :
            temp = root.left 
            root = None
            return temp
        # Node with two children: Get the inorder successor
        # (smallest in the right subtree)
        temp = minValueNode(root.right)
        # Copy the inorder successor's content to this node
        root.key = temp.key
        # Delete the inorder successor
        root.right = deleteNode(root.right , temp.key)
    return root 



graph = {'A': set(['B', 'C']),
         'B': set(['A', 'D', 'E']),
         'C': set(['A', 'F']),
         'D': set(['B']),
         'E': set(['B', 'F']),
         'F': set(['C', 'E'])}

Depth First Search (DFS)

def dfs(graph, start):
    visited, stack = set(), [start]
    while stack:
        vertex = stack.pop()
        if vertex not in visited:
            stack.extend(graph[vertex] - visited)
    return visited

dfs(graph, 'A') # {'E', 'D', 'F', 'A', 'C', 'B'}

def dfs(graph, start, visited=None):
    if visited is None:
        visited = set()
    for next in graph[start] - visited:
        dfs(graph, next, visited)
    return visited

dfs(graph, 'C') # {'E', 'D', 'F', 'A', 'C', 'B'}

def dfs_paths(graph, start, goal):
    stack = [(start, [start])]
    while stack:
        (vertex, path) = stack.pop()
        for next in graph[vertex] - set(path):
            if next == goal:
                yield path + [next]
                stack.append((next, path + [next]))

list(dfs_paths(graph, 'A', 'F')) # [['A', 'C', 'F'], ['A', 'B', 'E', 'F']]

def dfs_paths(graph, start, goal, path=None):
    if path is None:
        path = [start]
    if start == goal:
        yield path
    for next in graph[start] - set(path):
        yield from dfs_paths(graph, next, goal, path + [next])

list(dfs_paths(graph, 'C', 'F')) # [['C', 'F'], ['C', 'A', 'B', 'E', 'F']]

Breadth First Search (BFS)

def bfs(graph, start):
    visited, queue = set(), [start]
    while queue:
        vertex = queue.pop(0)
        if vertex not in visited:
            queue.extend(graph[vertex] - visited)
    return visited

bfs(graph, 'A') # {'B', 'C', 'A', 'F', 'D', 'E'}

def bfs_paths(graph, start, goal):
    queue = [(start, [start])]
    while queue:
        (vertex, path) = queue.pop(0)
        for next in graph[vertex] - set(path):
            if next == goal:
                yield path + [next]
                queue.append((next, path + [next]))

list(bfs_paths(graph, 'A', 'F')) # [['A', 'C', 'F'], ['A', 'B', 'E', 'F']]

Shortest Path

def shortest_path(graph, start, goal):
        return next(bfs_paths(graph, start, goal))
    except StopIteration:
        return None

shortest_path(graph, 'A', 'F') # ['A', 'C', 'F']

Union Find (Disjoint set)


class DisjointSet:
     Disjoint Set data structure (Union–Find), is a data structure that keeps track of a 
     set of elements partitioned into a number of disjoint (nonoverlapping) subsets.
        find: Determine which subset a particular element is in. Takes an element of any
        subset as an argument and returns a subset that contains our element.
        union: Join two subsets into a single subset. Takes two elements of any subsets
        from disjoint_set and returns a disjoint_set with merged subsets.
        get: returns current disjoint set.
    _disjoint_set = list()

    def __init__(self, init_arr):
        self._disjoint_set = []
        if init_arr:
            for item in list(set(init_arr)):

    def _find_index(self, elem):
        for item in self._disjoint_set:
            if elem in item:
                return self._disjoint_set.index(item)
        return None

    def find(self, elem):
        for item in self._disjoint_set:
            if elem in item:
                return self._disjoint_set[self._disjoint_set.index(item)]
        return None
    def union(self,elem1, elem2):
        index_elem1 = self._find_index(elem1)
        index_elem2 = self._find_index(elem2)
        if index_elem1 != index_elem2 and index_elem1 is not None and index_elem2 is not None:
            self._disjoint_set[index_elem2] = self._disjoint_set[index_elem2]+self._disjoint_set[index_elem1]
            del self._disjoint_set[index_elem1]
        return self._disjoint_set
    def get(self):
        return self._disjoint_set

Min/Max heap (Priority Queue|Heap Queue)


import heapq
heapq.heappop(h) #returns 0

class BinHeap:
    def __init__(self):
        self.heapList = [0]
        self.currentSize = 0

    def percUp(self,i):
        while i // 2 > 0:
          if self.heapList[i] < self.heapList[i // 2]:
             tmp = self.heapList[i // 2]
             self.heapList[i // 2] = self.heapList[i]
             self.heapList[i] = tmp
          i = i // 2

    def insert(self,k):
      self.currentSize = self.currentSize + 1

    def percDown(self,i):
      while (i * 2) <= self.currentSize:
          mc = self.minChild(i)
          if self.heapList[i] > self.heapList[mc]:
              tmp = self.heapList[i]
              self.heapList[i] = self.heapList[mc]
              self.heapList[mc] = tmp
          i = mc

    def minChild(self,i):
      if i * 2 + 1 > self.currentSize:
          return i * 2
          if self.heapList[i*2] < self.heapList[i*2+1]:
              return i * 2
              return i * 2 + 1

    def delMin(self):
      retval = self.heapList[1]
      self.heapList[1] = self.heapList[self.currentSize]
      self.currentSize = self.currentSize - 1
      return retval

    def buildHeap(self,alist):
      i = len(alist) // 2
      self.currentSize = len(alist)
      self.heapList = [0] + alist[:]
      while (i > 0):
          i = i - 1

bh = BinHeap()


Circular Queue

class CircularQueue:

    def __init__(self):
        self.queue = list()
        self.head = 0
        self.tail = 0
        self.maxSize = 8

    #Adding elements to the queue
    def enqueue(self,data):
        if self.size() == self.maxSize-1:
            return ("Queue Full!")
        self.tail = (self.tail + 1) % self.maxSize
        return True

    #Removing elements from the queue
    def dequeue(self):
        if self.size()==0:
            return ("Queue Empty!") 
        data = self.queue[self.head]
        self.head = (self.head + 1) % self.maxSize
        return data

    #Calculating the size of the queue
    def size(self):
        if self.tail>=self.head:
            return (self.tail-self.head)
        return (self.maxSize - (self.head-self.tail))

Dequeue (Double ended queue|Head tail linked list)


class Deque:
    def __init__(self):
        self.items = []

    def isEmpty(self):
        return self.items == []

    def addFront(self, item):

    def addRear(self, item):

    def removeFront(self):
        return self.items.pop()

    def removeRear(self):
        return self.items.pop(0)

    def size(self):
        return len(self.items)



class Queue:
    def __init__(self):
        self.items = []

    def isEmpty(self):
        return self.items == []

    def enqueue(self, item):

    def dequeue(self):
        return self.items.pop()

    def size(self):
        return len(self.items)


class Stack:
     def __init__(self):
         self.items = []

     def isEmpty(self):
         return self.items == []

     def push(self, item):

     def pop(self):
         return self.items.pop()

     def peek(self):
         return self.items[len(self.items)-1]

     def size(self):
         return len(self.items)



Quick trie


class TrieNode(object):
    def __init__(self):
        self.indices = []
        self.children = [None] * 26

    def insert(self, words, i):
        cur = self
        for c in words[i]:
            if not cur.children[ord(c)-ord('a')]:
                cur.children[ord(c)-ord('a')] = TrieNode()
            cur = cur.children[ord(c)-ord('a')]
Advanced trie
# Python program for insert and search
# operation in a Trie
class TrieNode:
    # Trie node class
    def __init__(self):
        self.children = [None]*26
        # isEndOfWord is True if node represent the end of the word
        self.isEndOfWord = False
class Trie:
    # Trie data structure class
    def __init__(self):
        self.root = self.getNode()
    def getNode(self):
        # Returns new trie node (initialized to NULLs)
        return TrieNode()
    def _charToIndex(self,ch):
        # private helper function
        # Converts key current character into index
        # use only 'a' through 'z' and lower case
        return ord(ch)-ord('a')
    def insert(self,key):
        # If not present, inserts key into trie
        # If the key is prefix of trie node, 
        # just marks leaf node
        pCrawl = self.root
        length = len(key)
        for level in range(length):
            index = self._charToIndex(key[level])
            # if current character is not present
            if not pCrawl.children[index]:
                pCrawl.children[index] = self.getNode()
            pCrawl = pCrawl.children[index]
        # mark last node as leaf
        pCrawl.isEndOfWord = True
    def search(self, key):
        # Search key in the trie
        # Returns true if key presents 
        # in trie, else false
        pCrawl = self.root
        length = len(key)
        for level in range(length):
            index = self._charToIndex(key[level])
            if not pCrawl.children[index]:
                return False
            pCrawl = pCrawl.children[index]
        return pCrawl != None and pCrawl.isEndOfWord
# driver function
def main():
    # Input keys (use only 'a' through 'z' and lower case)
    keys = ["the","a","there","anaswe","any",
    output = ["Not present in trie",
              "Present in tire"]
    # Trie object
    t = Trie()
    # Construct trie
    for key in keys:
    # Search for different keys
    print("{} ---- {}".format("the",output[t.search("the")]))
    print("{} ---- {}".format("these",output[t.search("these")]))
    print("{} ---- {}".format("their",output[t.search("their")]))
    print("{} ---- {}".format("thaw",output[t.search("thaw")]))
if __name__ == '__main__':

Dynamic Programming (DP)

Dynamic Programming by Gayle Laakman

Cheat sheet

Cheat sheet



Leetcode solutions: https://github.com/kamyu104/LeetCode

def F(n):
    if n == 0: return 0
    elif n == 1: return 1
    else: return F(n-1)+F(n-2)

Skyline Problem


buildings = [
    [1, 11, 5],
    [2, 6, 7],
    [3, 13, 9],
    [12, 7, 16],
    [14, 3, 25],
    [19, 18, 22],
    [23, 13, 29],
    [24, 4, 28],

LEFT = 0

def skyline(buildings):
    left = min(b[LEFT] for b in buildings)
    right = max(b[RIGHT] for b in buildings)
    last_height = None
    output = []
    for i in range(left, right + 1):
        heights = [b[HEIGHT] for b in buildings if b[LEFT] <= i < b[RIGHT]]
        height = max(heights) if heights else 0
        if height != last_height:
            output += [i, height]
            last_height = height
    return output

if __name__ == '__main__':
    assert(skyline(buildings) == [1, 11, 3, 13, 9, 0, 12, 7, 16, 3, 19, 18, 22, 3, 23, 13, 29, 0])

Cycle detection in directed graph


from collections import defaultdict
class Graph():
    def __init__(self,vertices):
        self.graph = defaultdict(list)
        self.V = vertices
    def addEdge(self,u,v):
    def isCyclicUtil(self, v, visited, recStack):
        # Mark current node as visited and 
        # adds to recursion stack
        visited[v] = True
        recStack[v] = True
        # Recur for all neighbours
        # if any neighbour is visited and in 
        # recStack then graph is cyclic
        for neighbour in self.graph[v]:
            if visited[neighbour] == False:
                if self.isCyclicUtil(neighbour, visited, recStack) == True:
                    return True
            elif recStack[neighbour] == True:
                return True
        # The node needs to be poped from 
        # recursion stack before function ends
        recStack[v] = False
        return False
    # Returns true if graph is cyclic else false
    def isCyclic(self):
        visited = [False] * self.V
        recStack = [False] * self.V
        for node in range(self.V):
            if visited[node] == False:
                if self.isCyclicUtil(node,visited,recStack) == True:
                    return True
        return False

Cycle detection in undirected graph


from collections import defaultdict
#This class represents a undirected graph using adjacency list representation
class Graph:
    def __init__(self,vertices):
        self.V= vertices #No. of vertices
        self.graph = defaultdict(list) # default dictionary to store graph
    # function to add an edge to graph
    def addEdge(self,v,w):
        self.graph[v].append(w) #Add w to v_s list
        self.graph[w].append(v) #Add v to w_s list
    # A recursive function that uses visited[] and parent to detect
    # cycle in subgraph reachable from vertex v.
    def isCyclicUtil(self,v,visited,parent):
        #Mark the current node as visited 
        visited[v]= True
        #Recur for all the vertices adjacent to this vertex
        for i in self.graph[v]:
            # If the node is not visited then recurse on it
            if  visited[i]==False : 
                    return True
            # If an adjacent vertex is visited and not parent of current vertex,
            # then there is a cycle
            elif  parent!=i:
                return True
        return False
    #Returns true if the graph contains a cycle, else false.
    def isCyclic(self):
        # Mark all the vertices as not visited
        visited =[False]*(self.V)
        # Call the recursive helper function to detect cycle in different
        #DFS trees
        for i in range(self.V):
            if visited[i] ==False: #Don't recur for u if it is already visited
                if(self.isCyclicUtil(i,visited,-1))== True:
                    return True
        return False

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