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Merge K Sorted Lists : Solved
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Even a school going child will understand it,Don't you believe? Have a Look at it
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Python Solution (Min Heap) (O(k) Space Complexity)
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Easiest CPP solution | Using Linked List and Priority Queue
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Very very readable and easy to understand solution using min_heap;
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Simplest Solution C++ using MinHeap and PriorityQueue
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Simple C++ Solution with O(n) space minHeap
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Simple c++ soln w/o heap sort RoSh
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Python implementation using divide and conquer
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Easy c++ solution without heapsort
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Simple Solution - Merge K Sorted Lists
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Easy to understand cpp sol(Merge k sorted lists)
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Simple cpp solution, comparing values of current nodes
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Min heap solution
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C++ solution using MinHeap
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Very Easy C++ Sol. Straight forward approach
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Easy Solution in C++ using vector
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2 rupees code for lazy coders. Don't hate me please
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Simple and different approach for the problem
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Simple C++ solution using priority queue O(N) time complexity
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Push funcn inserts the node at the front of List
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Easiest java implementation (divide and conquer approach)
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PriorityQueue - minHeap Java easy to understand solution
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Only adding required values, C++ #INCLUDE(COMMENTS)
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CPP soln pushing only pointers
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It is accepting brute force in Java
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Simple solution in python 🐍
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Three approach to this problem
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Python solution with explanation (better complexity than editorial answers)
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The simplest solution - C++ - O(nlogn)
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