Given a string containing lowercase and uppercase letters.sort it in such a manner such that the uppercase and lowercase letter comes in an alternate manner but in sorted way.
Input : bAwutndekWEdkd Output :AbEdWddekkntuw Explanation: Here we can see that letter ‘A’, ’E’, ’W’ are sorted as well as letters “b, d, d, d, e, k, k, n, t, u, w” are sorted but both appears alternately in the string as far as possible. Input :abbfDDhGFBvdFDGBNDasZVDFjkb Output :BaBaDbDbDbDdDfFhFjFkGsGvNVZ
1) Count lower case characters in an array lCount
2) Count upper case characters in another array uCount
3) Modify string using lCount and uCount
Time Complexity : O(n)
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