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In C++, priority_queue implements heap. Below are some examples of creating priority queue of pair type. Max Priority queue (Or Max heap) ordered by first… Read More
Given an infinite stream of integers, find the k’th largest element at any point of time. It may be assumed that 1 <= k <=… Read More
Given k sorted arrays of possibly different sizes, merge them and print the sorted output.Examples:  Input: k = 3 arr[][] = { {1, 3}, {2,… Read More
Yes, in C++ priority_queue, we may have duplicate values. // C++ program to demonstrate that duplicate // values are allowed in a priority queue //… Read More
STL priority_queue is the implementation of Heap Data-structure. By default, it’s a max heap and we can easily use it for primitive datatypes. There are… Read More
Given an array a, your task is to convert it into a non-increasing form such that we can either increment or decrement the array value… Read More
Given a number num containing n digits. The problem is to find the next greater number using the same set of digits in num on… Read More
Priority queues are a type of container adaptors, specifically designed such that the first element of the queue is either the greatest or the smallest… Read More
Priority queues are a type of container adaptors, specifically designed such that the first element of the queue is either the greatest or the smallest… Read More
Priority queues are a type of container adaptors, specifically designed such that the first element of the queue is either the greatest or the smallest… Read More
Priority queues are a type of container adaptors, specifically designed such that the first element of the queue is either the greatest or the smallest… Read More
Priority queues are a type of container adaptors, specifically designed such that the first element of the queue is either the greatest or the smallest… Read More
Given an array arr[] containing n elements. The problem is to find the maximum number of distinct elements (non-repeating) after removing k elements from the… Read More
Given an undirected, connected and weighted graph, find Minimum Spanning Tree (MST) of the graph using Prim’s algorithm. Input : Adjacency List representation of above… Read More

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