Given a decimal number m, convert it into a binary string and apply n iterations, in each iteration 0 becomes “01” and 1 becomes “10”. Find ith(based indexing) index character in the string after nth iteration.
Input : m = 5, n = 2, i = 3 Output : 1 Input :m = 3, n = 3, i = 6 Output : 1
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1. Change a decimal number into binary and store in string s.
2. Run loop n times in each iteration. Run another loop of string
length s to convert 0 to “01” and 1 to “10” and store in another string s1.
After completion of each iteration, assign string s1 to s.
3. At last Return the value of ith index in string s.
Refer Set-2 for an optimized solution.
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