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29 Aug 2015CPOL1 min read
The traditional way to solve the ZigZag Conversion problem is to either build a 2d table or find a pattern among the index of the letters on the same row. There is also a beautiful solution which builds on top of Breadth First Search. Continue reading..

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Eric Z (Jing)
Technical Lead National Instruments
China China
Senior software engineer at National Instruments, to implement various Ethernet-based industrial protocols, e.g., EtherCAT. Favorite languages are C/C++ and Python. For fun, I like watching films (sci-fi, motion), walking, and various reading.

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