Given a string of lower and uppercase characters, the task is to find that how many characters are at same position as in English alphabet.
Input: ABcED Output : 3 First three characters are at same position as in English alphabets. Input: geeksforgeeks Output : 1 Only 'f' is at same position as in English alphabet Input : alphabetical Output : 3
For this we can have simple approach:
1) Initialize result as 0. 2) Traverse input string and do following for every character str[i] a) If 'i' is same as str[i] - 'a' or same as str[i] - 'A', then do result++ 3) Return result
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