Given two integers a and b, the task is to add them to get c. After that remove zeroes from a, b and c and check for modified values if a + b = c then return “YES” else return “NO”.
Input: a = 101, b = 102
101 + 102 = 203.
After removing all zeroes from a, b and c, a = 11, b = 12 and c = 23
Now check if a + b = c i.e. 11 + 12 = 23 . So print Yes.
Input: a = 105, b = 108
After removing all zeroes a + b!= c, therefore the output is NO.
- Create a function to removeZero from the number n.
- Check if(removeZero(a)+removeZero(b)==removeZero(a+b)) then print YES else print NO
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