Given a string str consisting of lowercase English alphabets, the task is to count the number of adjacent pairs of vowels.
Input: str = “abaebio”
(a, e) and (i, o) are the only valid pairs.
Input: str = “aeoui”
Approach: Starting from the first character of the string to the second last character, increment count for every character where str[i] as well as str[i + 1] are both vowels. Print the count in the end which is the required count of pairs.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
# Python3 implementation of the approach
# Function that return true
# if character ch is a vowel
if ch in [‘a’, ‘e’, ‘i’, ‘o’, ‘u’]:
# Function to return the count of adjacent
# vowel pairs in the given string
def vowelPairs(s, n):
cnt = 0
for i in range(n – 1):
# If current character and the
# character after it are both vowels
if (isVowel(s[i]) and
isVowel(s[i + 1])):
cnt += 1
# Driver code
s = “abaebio”
n = len(s)
# This code is contributed
# by mohit kumar
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