Given a binary string, we need to check whether that number is divisible by 64 or not after removing of some bits. If yes then print “possible” else “not possible”. We cannot make number 0 to make it divisible.
Input: 100010001 Output: Possible Explanation: We can get string 1 000 000 after removing two ones which is a representation of number 64 in the binary numerical system. Input: 100 Output: Not possible Explanation : The number is 4 which is not divisible by 64 or cannot be made possible my removing some digits.
If we have 6 zeros after any one, then we can remove other bits represent it as a multiple of 64. So we just need to check if there is a 1 before six zeros.
Time Complexity: O(length of string)
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