# Find Target Indices After Sorting Array

Easy

7

71.0% Acceptance

In this lab, you will be working with a **0-indexed** integer array `nums`

and a target element `target`

. Your task is to find the **target indices** of `nums`

after sorting the array in **non-decreasing** order. A **target index** is an index `i`

such that `nums[i] == target`

. You need to return a list of the target indices, sorted in **increasing** order. If there are no target indices, return an **empty** list.

For example:

`1nums = [1,2,5,2,3], target = 2 2Output: [1,2] 3Explanation: After sorting, nums is [1,2,2,3,5]. The indices where nums[i] == 2 are 1 and 2. 4 5nums = [1,2,5,2,3], target = 3 6Output: [3] 7Explanation: After sorting, nums is [1,2,2,3,5]. The index where nums[i] == 3 is 3. 8 9nums = [1,2,5,2,3], target = 5 10Output: [4] 11Explanation: After sorting, nums is [1,2,2,3,5]. The index where nums[i] == 5 is 4.`

**Constraints:**

`1 <= nums.length <= 100`

`1 <= nums[i], target <= 100`

Keep the following points in mind while building the lab:

- Use ESM import/export everywhere.
- Check for all edge cases while building the lab and implement correct and precise evaluation scripts.
- Be very careful with the order of challenges written and their respective testing blocks in the evaluation script.
- You may use Puppeteer for running user's code, for example.

Once you have built the lab files, make sure to test the lab thoroughly using the evaluation scripts, checking for edge cases and correctness. And finally, submit your properly formatted lab in markdown and the respective lab files. Good luck!