# Tweet Counts Per Frequency   ## Intuition

Basically this is a design problem without any algorithm. Since the there would be at most 10,000 input, so we could solve this problem by time complexity O(n) for each operation.

So we save the tweet group by its name and sort them. Then we get the tweet count directly.

## Solution

``````
from collections import defaultdict

class TweetCounts:
MAP = {
'minute': 60,
'hour': 60 * 60,
'day': 24 * 60 * 60
}

def __init__(self):
self.data = defaultdict(list)

def recordTweet(self, tweetName: str, time: int) -> None:
self.data[tweetName].append(time)
self.data[tweetName].sort()

def getTweetCountsPerFrequency(self, freq: str, tweetName: str, startTime: int, endTime: int) -> List[int]:
data = self.data[tweetName]
index = 0

while index < len(data) and data[index] < startTime:
index += 1

ans = []
tmp = 0
k = 0
delta = self.MAP[freq]
while startTime + k * delta <= endTime:
end = min(startTime + delta * (k + 1), endTime + 1)
if index >= len(data) or data[index] >= end:
ans.append(tmp)
tmp = 0
k += 1
else:
tmp += 1
index += 1
return ans

# Your TweetCounts object will be instantiated and called as such:
# obj = TweetCounts()
# obj.recordTweet(tweetName,time)
# param_2 = obj.getTweetCountsPerFrequency(freq,tweetName,startTime,endTime)

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