Given a string str and a character c. The task is to find the number of sub-strings that do not consist of the character c.
Input: str = “baa”, c = ‘b’
The sub-strings are “a”, “a” and “aa”
Input: str = “ababaa”, C = ‘b’
Approach: Initially take a counter that counts the number of characters continuously with no character c. Iterate in the string and increase the counter till str[i] != c. Once str[i] == c, the number of sub-strings from the contiguous length cnt will be (cnt * (cnt + 1)) / 2. After the complete traversal of the string also add (cnt *(cnt + 1)) / 2 to the result for the group of characters appearing after the last occurrence of c.
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