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188. Shortest Range in Ksorted Lists
Objective: You have k lists of sorted integers. Find the smallest range that includes at least one number from each of the k lists.
This is very nice and tricky solution, This problem was asked in the Google interview for software engineer position.
Example:
Smallest range will be 2, [1,3], it will contain 3 from list A[], 1 from list B[] and 2 from list C[].
Approach:
 We will modify the heap implementation for this solution. This approach will be quite similar to "Merge ksorted array" solution we had discussed.
 Create MinHeap of type HeapNode.( HeapNode Every Node will store the data and the list no from which it belongs).
 Now take one element from each of the K list and create HeapNode object and insert into minHeap.
 While inserting keep track of maximum value node inserted, call it as currMax.
 Extract the minimum Node from the minHeap call it as min, calculate the range = currMaxmin.
 The extracted node will also contain the list to which it belongs, insert the next element from that list into minHeap.
 Keep track of the minimum range after every iteration of extracting min node and inserting new node into the heap.
 If any point of time any list gets over, return the range, this will be the smallest range in Klist which contains at least one element from each list.
 See the gif below for better understanding.
Output:
Smallest Range is: 2 from 1 To 3