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order k lists into one in O(nlogk) complexity
cant find a solution to this problem:
design an algorithm which takes as input a collection o k ordered(from min to max) lists (their elements were taken from a collection of n ordered numbers)and combines them to one ordered list. the complexity of the algorithm must be O(nlogk) n is the total number of the elements
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