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Solving a HackerRank algorithm problem – Matrix Layer Rotation

Matrix Layer Rotation

I enjoy solving interesting HackerRank algorithm problems.  I came across one recently called Matrix Layer Rotation – appropriately labeled “hard” by the author.

I posted my solution as a playground on GitHub.

The problem is to print out a rotated representation of a m x n  matrix given the parameters:

m – number of rows
n – number of columns
r – number of rotations

Looking at the constraints

2 <= m, n <= 300
1 <= r <= 10^^9
min(m,n) % 2 = 0

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