Given two strings str1 and str2 and an integer d, the task is to check whether str2 can be obtained by rotating str1 by d places (either to the left or to the right).
Input: str1 = “abcdefg”, str2 = “cdefgab”, d = 2
Rotate str1 2 places to the left.
Input: str1 = “abcdefg”, str2 = “cdfdawb”, d = 6
Approach: An approach to solve the same problem has been discussed here. In this article, reversal algorithm is used to rotate the string to the left and to the right in O(n). If any one of the rotations of str1 is equal to str2 then print Yes else print No.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
Time Complexity: O(n)
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