Given a number N and a digit D, the task is to count the occurrences of D in N.
Input: N = 25, D = 2 Output: 1 Input: N = 100, D = 0 Output: 2
Approach: Take out the digits one by one in N and check if this digit is equal to D. If equal, then increment the count by 1. In the end, print the count.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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