Input: S = “BF57C”
Decimal Representation of the given string = 783740
Input: S = “58GK”
Approach: The approach is based on the idea that all the elements of a hexadecimal number lie between characters A to F or between integers 0 to 9. Below are the steps to solve the problem:
- Iterate over the given string.
- Check if each character of the string is between characters A to F or between 0 and 9.
- If found to be true, then print Yes.
- Otherwise, print No.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
Time Complexity: O(N)
Auxiliary Space: O(1)
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