As far as I know, there hasn’t been any official announcement of this, but over the past week or so, Leetcode.com has been rolling out support for Elixir, Erlang, and Racket. At this point almost all of the popular questions accept Elixir solutions. A couple things I’ve noticed:
- The editor needs some fixing in Elixir mode - the autoindentation seems especially broken, inserting tons of extra whitespace
- For the linked list questions, custom
ListNodestructs are used, instead of standard Elixir Lists.
I’m wondering what others in the community think about this. Have you ever had to solve Leetcode problems for an interview? Do you think interviewers will start using Leetcode for Elixir positions?