Given a binary string str, the task is to find the count of deletion of the sub-string “01” or “10” from the string so that the given string is free from these sub-strings. Print the minimum number of deletions.
Input: str = “11010”
The resultant string will be “1”
Input: str = “1000101”
Resultant string, str = “0”
Approach: We are deleting “01” and “10” and the binary string contains only characters ‘0’ and ‘1’. Therefore, minimum number of deletions will be equal to the minimum of the count of ‘0’ and ‘1’.
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