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Here's a screenshot from the 1point3acres forums:

it says:

  1. 利口耳丝耳
  2. 利口丝久

What does this mean? Is it a transliteration from English?

You can also find phrases like:

利口 斯尔
利口 丝丝久

on the site.

Any ideas?


Edit: they seem to be "interview question types"

Uber ATG failed interview:

一道利口斯尔,一道利口散灵思

startup Element, Inc. failed interview:

利口散灵思->这个不是算每个点到(0,0) square 的 sum 相减么。。还有啥最优解?莫非是Segment tree 或者 binary indexed tree?

  • From here: 1point3acres.com/bbs/…? – user3306356 Sep 12 at 10:01
  • Yes @user3306356. Could you please translate it for me. Thank you! – Rachael E Sep 12 at 20:36
  • Please pay for translation service – 炸鱼薯条德里克 Sep 13 at 2:52
  • @炸鱼薯条德里克 Do you understand what they're saying? I'd be willing to put some bounty up for it, out of pure curiosity. – user3306356 Oct 3 at 10:56
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I believe 利口 is the Chinese for:

Leet Code

[a] platform to help you enhance your skills, expand your knowledge and prepare for technical interviews.


and the rest are just numbers:

  • 耳丝耳 = 22
  • 丝久 = 19
  • 斯尔 = 12
  • 散灵思 = 304
  • 丝丝久 = 449

Although there might be some mistakes in the numbers there.


If we take 利口散灵思 for example that gives us: LeetCode 304 which is a question about:

Range Sum Query 2D - Immutable(Python)


Now back to the question at hand:


p.s.: the offical name for Leet Code in Chinese seems to be:

力扣

maybe the alternative translation adds to the code.


Leet Code has a list of articles here ordered by number.

  • 阁下神人也,这也能看出来!拜服,拜服。 – Toosky Hierot Oct 3 at 17:41

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