## Find the Window

Concepts Used Sorting Difficulty Level Medium Problem Statement (Simplified): Find the minimum length of the subarray when sorted completely sorts the given array. See original problem statement here Test Case...

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## Find the Window

## Search Triplets

## Salvation of Soul

## Hometown Newspaper

## Minimum Dissatisfaction

## Maximum Sum Rupees

## Maximum Divisors in a Range

## Find the Inversion Count

## Chocolates

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Concepts Used Sorting Difficulty Level Medium Problem Statement (Simplified): Find the minimum length of the subarray when sorted completely sorts the given array. See original problem statement here Test Case...

Concepts Used Sorting Difficulty Level Medium Problem Statement (Simplified): We have to find a triplet (n_{1}, n_{2}, n_{3}) in array such that sum of two number i.e. n_{1}+n_{2} equals to...

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