Given a string of numbers, the task is to find the maximum value from the string, you can add a ‘+’ or ‘*’ sign between any two numbers.
Input : 01231 Output : ((((0 + 1) + 2) * 3) + 1) = 10 In above manner, we get the maximum value i.e. 10 Input : 891 Output :73 As 8*9*1 = 72 and 8*9+1 = 73.So, 73 is maximum.
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The task is pretty simple as we can get the maximum value on multiplying all values but the point is to handle the case of 0 and 1 i.e. On multiplying with 0 and 1 we get the lower value as compared to on adding with 0 and 1.
So, use ‘*’ sign between any two numbers(except numbers containing 0 and 1) and use ‘+’ if any of the number is 0 and 1.
Above program consider the case of small inputs i.e. up to which C/C++ can handle the range of maximum value.
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