Given a string, the task is to count the number of words whose sum of Ascii values is less than and greater than or equal to given k.
Input: str = "Learn how to code", k = 400 Output: Number of words having sum of ascii less than k = 2 Number of words having sum of ascii greater than or equal to k = 2 Input: str = "Geeks for Geeks", k = 400 Output: Number of words having sum of ascii less than k = 1 Number of words having sum of ascii greater than or equal to k = 2
Approach: Count the number of words having the sum of ASCII values less than k and subtract it from the total number of words to get the number of words having ASCII values to the sum greater than or equal to k. Start traversing the string letter by letter and add the ASCII value to sum. If there is a space then increment the count if the sum is less than k and will also set the sum to 0.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
Number of words having sum of ASCII values less than k = 2 Number of words having sum of ASCII values greater than or equal to k = 2
Time Complexity: O(N)
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