Given n time durations in the form of MM : SS, where MM denotes minutes and SS denotes the seconds. The task is to add all the time duration and output answer in the form of HH : MM : SS.
Input : n = 5 duration1 = 0 : 45 duration1 = 2 : 31 duration1 = 3 : 11 duration1 = 2 : 27 duration1 = 1 : 28 Output : 0 : 10 : 22 Initially, sum = 0 On adding duration 1, sum = 0 hour 0 minutes 45 seconds. On adding duration 2, sum = 0 hour 3 minutes 16 seconds. On adding duration 3, sum = 0 hour 6 minutes 27 seconds. On adding duration 4, sum = 0 hour 8 minutes 54 seconds. On adding duration 5, sum = 0 hour 10 minutes 22 seconds
The idea is to convert all the given time duration to seconds. Once we know the duration in seconds, we can calculate the sum of durations in seconds.
In order to get the number of hours, we have to divide the total duration in seconds by 3600. The remainder is used to calculate the number of minutes and seconds. By dividing the remainder with 60 we get the number of minutes, and the remainder of that division is the number of seconds.
Below is the implementation of this approach:
0 : 10: 22
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