Given a sentence, task is to remove spaces from the sentence and rewrite in Camel case. It is a style of writing where we don’t have spaces and all words begin with capital letters.
Input : I got intern at geeksforgeeks Output : IGotInternAtGeeksforgeeks Input : Here comes the garden Output : HereComesTheGarden
Simple solution: First method is to traverse sentence and one by one remove spaces by moving subsequent characters one position back and changing case of first character to capital. It takes O(n*n) time.
Efficient solution : We traverse given string, while traversing we copy non space character to result and whenever we encounter space, we ignore it and change next letter to capital.
Below is code implementation
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