Given a string of length L. The task is to convert the string into a grid.
- No. of rows >= floor(√L)
- No. of columns <= ceil(√L)
Input : str = "haveaniceday" Output : have anic eday Explanation: sqrt(12) = 3.46, Rows = 4, Columns = 3 Input :str = "geeksforgeeks" Output : geek forg geek s
Note: Ensure that row*column >= length of the string
- If (row * column) is less than L then row is equally assigned to column.
- Make a 2d character array of (rows * column) size.
- Assign the values to the 2d character array from the characters of the given string.
- Print the 2d character array.
Below is the implementation of the above approach.
GEEK SFOR GEEK S
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