A number F is a factorial number if there exists some integer I >= 0 such that F = I! (that is, F is factorial of I). Examples of factorial numbers are 1, 2, 6, 24, 120, ….
Write a program that takes as input two long integers ‘low’ and ‘high’ where 0 < low < high and finds count of factorial numbers in the closed interval [low, high].
Input: 0 1 Output: 1 //Reason: Only factorial number is 1 Input: 12 122 Output: 2 // Reason: factorial numbers are 24, 120 Input: 2 720 Output: 5 // Factorial numbers are: 2, 6, 24, 120, 720
1) Find the first factorial that is greater than or equal to low. Let this factorial be x! (factorial of x) and value of this factorial be ‘fact’
2) Keep incrementing x, and keep updating ‘fact’ while fact is smaller than or equal to high. Count the number of times, this loop runs.
3) Return the count computed in step 2.
Below is implementation of above algorithm. Thanks to Kartik for suggesting below solution.
Count is 5
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