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Goldman Sachs Frontline Analyst Developer Interview Question

I interviewed in New York, NY and was asked:
"How does indexing work in a database? How is it implemented? what happens when user types ABC?"
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Implemented as a tree, When user types ABC, the db will return all matches/subtrees below C - all ABCD's, ABCE's, etc. If there are multiple ABCD's, then the lowermost node-leaf-D-will point to all the ABCD locations.
- Interview Candidate on Sep 26, 2012 Flag Response
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Recursive algorithm for Fibonacci sequence is not nlog(n), it must be ~1.6^n, i.e. very bad, hm..
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