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120+ Common code and interview problems solved in Python **(it's GROWING...)** Give a Star 🌟If it helps you. Please go through the README.md before starting.

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Python-Interview-Problems-for-Practice (now supported with Code Style)

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Updates

Problems available: Solved -- 63 ; Newly Added -- 57

1. Code Style is added

2. 57 new problems are added in
Interview_Questions.md
. Solutions to be uploaded soon.

alt text 40+ Common code and interview problems solved in Python (it's growing...)

The core idea is not to utilize built-in functions or library and giving it a more logic-based approach, so that it can be language-friendly and not end up being another repository of "Python Tips and Tricks" .

How good is the code ?

  • It is well tested
  • Consistent formatting (using Black)
  • It can compile in its current state (and there are relatively no issues)

How much support is available?

  • FAQs (coming soon)
  • Documentation (coming soon)

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