Check if a HexaDecimal number is Even or Odd

Given a HexaDecimal number, check whether it is even or odd.

Examples:

Input: N = ABC7787CC87AA
Output: Even

Input: N = 9322DEFCD
Output: Odd

Naive Approach:

Time Complexity: O(N)

Efficient approach: Since Hexadecimal numbers contain digits from 0 to 15, therefore we can simply check if the last digit is either ‘0’, ‘2’, ‘4’, ‘6’, ‘8’, ‘A'(=10), ‘C'(=12) or ‘E'(=14). If it is, then the given HexaDecimal number will be Even, else Odd.



Below is the implementation of the above approach.

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// C++ code to check if a HexaDecimal
// number is Even or Odd
  
#include <bits/stdc++.h>
using namespace std;
  
// Check if the number is odd or even
string even_or_odd(string N)
{
    int len = N.size();
  
    // check if the last digit
    // is either '0', '2', '4',
    // '6', '8', 'A'(=10),
    // 'C'(=12) or 'E'(=14)
    if (N[len - 1] == '0'
        || N[len - 1] == '2'
        || N[len - 1] == '4'
        || N[len - 1] == '6'
        || N[len - 1] == '8'
        || N[len - 1] == 'A'
        || N[len - 1] == 'C'
        || N[len - 1] == 'E')
        return ("Even");
    else
        return ("Odd");
}
  
// Driver code
int main()
{
    string N = "AB3454D";
  
    cout << even_or_odd(N);
  
    return 0;
}

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// Java code to check if a HexaDecimal
// number is Even or Odd
class GFG{
   
// Check if the number is odd or even
static String even_or_odd(String N)
{
    int len = N.length();
   
    // check if the last digit
    // is either '0', '2', '4',
    // '6', '8', 'A'(=10),
    // 'C'(=12) or 'E'(=14)
    if (N.charAt(len - 1) == '0'
        || N.charAt(len - 1) == '2'
        || N.charAt(len - 1) == '4'
        || N.charAt(len - 1) == '6'
        || N.charAt(len - 1) == '8'
        || N.charAt(len - 1) == 'A'
        || N.charAt(len - 1) == 'C'
        || N.charAt(len - 1) == 'E')
        return ("Even");
    else
        return ("Odd");
}
   
// Driver code
public static void main(String[] args)
{
    String N = "AB3454D";
    System.out.print(even_or_odd(N));
}
}
  
// This code is contributed by 29AjayKumar

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# Python code to check if a HexaDecimal
# number is Even or Odd
  
# Check if the number is odd or even
def even_or_odd(N):
    l = len(N)
  
    # check if the last digit
    # is either '0', '2', '4',
    # '6', '8', 'A'(=10),
    # 'C'(=12) or 'E'(=14)
    if (N[l - 1] == '0'or N[l - 1] == '2'or 
        N[l - 1] == '4'or N[l - 1] == '6'or 
        N[l - 1] == '8'or N[l - 1] == 'A'or 
        N[l - 1] == 'C'or N[l - 1] == 'E'):
        return ("Even")
    else:
        return ("Odd")
  
# Driver code
N = "AB3454D"
  
print(even_or_odd(N))
  
# This code is contributed by Atul_kumar_Shrivastava

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// C# code to check if a HexaDecimal
// number is Even or Odd
using System;
  
public class GFG{
  
    // Check if the number is odd or even
    static string even_or_odd(string N)
    {
        int len = N.Length;
      
        // check if the last digit
        // is either '0', '2', '4',
        // '6', '8', 'A'(=10),
        // 'C'(=12) or 'E'(=14)
        if (N[len - 1] == '0'
            || N[len - 1] == '2'
            || N[len - 1] == '4'
            || N[len - 1] == '6'
            || N[len - 1] == '8'
            || N[len - 1] == 'A'
            || N[len - 1] == 'C'
            || N[len - 1] == 'E')
            return ("Even");
        else
            return ("Odd");
    }
      
    // Driver code
    static public void Main ()
    {
        string N = "AB3454D";
      
        Console.WriteLine(even_or_odd(N));
    }
}
  
// This code is contributed by shubhamsingh10

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Output:

Odd

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