Given a bracket sequence as a string str, the task is to find whether the given string can be balanced by moving at most one bracket from its original place in the sequence to any other position.
Input: str = “)(()”
As by moving s to the end will make it valid.
Input: str = “()))(()”
Approach: The problem can be solved using a stack as discussed in this post. In this article, an approach which doesn’t use extra space will be discussed.
If the frequency of ‘(‘ is less than frequency of ‘)’. If the above difference is greater than 1 then the sequence cannot be balanced else it can be balanced if the overall difference is zero.
Below is implementation of the above approach:
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