Given a string str, the task is to count the number of alphabets having ascii in the range [l, r].
Input: str = "geeksforgeeks" l = 102, r = 111 Output: Count = 6, Characters = g, f, k, o Characters - g, f, k, o have ascii values in the range [102, 111]. Input: str = "GeEkS" l = 80, r = 111 Output: Count = 3, Characters = e, k, S
Approach: Start traversing the string and check if the current character has ASCII value less than equal to r and greater than equal to l. If yes then increment the count and print that element.
Below is the implementation of above approach:
Characters with ASCII values in the range [l, r] are g k f o g k and their count is 6
Time Complexity – O(N)
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