Data Structures and Algorithms are key part of any programming interviews, and Java interviews are no different. You will be asked questions from linked list, array, stack, queue, tree and graphs. In this article, I have accumulated 15 such questions from different Java interviews.
Please note that my StatedFragment is now marked deprecated. Sorry for the confusion. After 2 months of experiment, I must say that the StatedFragment pattern I introduced previously doesn't work well and may cause a long term problem. Better use the proper way Android is designed. This article is a correction and also my apology for the previous confusion.
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