Hello coders, today we are going to solve Contest Leaderboard HackerRank Solution in SQL.
You did such a great job helping Julia with her last coding contest challenge that she wants you to work on this one, too!
The total score of a hacker is the sum of their maximum scores for all of the challenges. Write a query to print the hacker_id, name, and total score of the hackers ordered by the descending score. If more than one hacker achieved the same total score, then sort the result by ascending hacker_id. Exclude all hackers with a total score of 0 from your result.
The following tables contain contest data:
- Hackers: The hacker_id is the id of the hacker, and name is the name of the hacker.
- Submissions: The submission_id is the id of the submission, hacker_id is the id of the hacker who made the submission, challenge_id is the id of the challenge for which the submission belongs to, and score is the score of the submission.
4071 Rose 191 74842 Lisa 174 84072 Bonnie 100 4806 Angela 89 26071 Frank 85 80305 Kimberly 67 49438 Patrick 43
Hacker 4071 submitted solutions for challenges 19797 and 49593, so the total score = 95 + max(43, 96) = 191.
Hacker 74842 submitted solutions for challenges 19797 and 63132, so the total score = max(98, 5) +76 = 174
Hacker 84072 submitted solutions for challenges 49593 and 63132, so the total score = 100 + 0 = 100.
The total scores for hackers 4806, 26071, 80305, and 49438 can be similarly calculated.
Solution – Contest Leaderboard in SQL
select h.hacker_id,h.name,sum(sscore) from Hackers h inner join (select s.hacker_id,max(score) as sscore from Submissions s group by s.hacker_id,s.challenge_id) st on h.hacker_id=st.hacker_id group by h.hacker_id,h.name having sum(sscore)>0 order by sum(sscore) desc,h.hacker_id asc;
Disclaimer: The above Problem (Contest Leaderboard) is generated by Hacker Rank but the Solution is Provided by CodingBroz. This tutorial is only for Educational and Learning Purpose.