Given a number N. The task is to find the maximum possible value of SumOfDigits(A) + SumOfDigits(B) such that A + B = n (0<=A, B<=n).
Input: N = 35 Output: 17 35 = 9 + 26 SumOfDigits(26) = 8, SumOfDigits(9) = 9 So, 17 is the answer. Input: N = 7 Output: 7
Approach: The idea is to divide the number into two parts A and B such that A is in terms of 9 i.e. closest number to N and B = N-A. For example, N = 35, Smallest Number that is closest to 35 is 29.
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