Given a big positive number N. The task is divide N into two number ‘A’ and ‘B’ such that difference between them is K (1 <= K <= 10100) i.e A – B = K.
Input : N = 10, K = 2 Output : A = 6 B = 4 Input : N = 20, K = 4 Output : A = 12 B = 8
Let the two required number be ‘A’ and ‘B’. So, we know sum of ‘A’ and ‘B’ will end upto N.
So, one equation became,
A + B = N
And also, we want the difference between ‘A’ and ‘B’ equals to ‘K’.
So, another equation becomes,
A – B = K
On adding both the equation, we get
2*A = N + K
So, A = (N + K)/2
Then we can find B by, B = (N – A)
Now, to handle the Big Integer, we have store Integers in character array and define a function to perform the operation on them.
Below is C implementation of this approach:
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