Given a string ‘str’, the task is to find whether the vowels in the string are in alphabetical order or not. The string contains only lowercase alphabets.
Input: str = "aabbbddeecc" Output: Vowels are in alphabetical order The vowel characters in the string are : a, a, e, e which are in sorted order. Input: str = "aabbbdideecc" Output: Vowels are not in alphabetical order
- Traverse the array and find the characters which are vowels.
- If any vowel is less than the vowel which occurred previously in the array then print Vowels are not in alphabetical order.
- Else, print Vowels are in alphabetical order.
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