Given two integers X and Y. X and Y represent any two values among (A + B), (A + C) and (B + C). The task is to find A, B and C such that A + B + C is minimum possible.
Input: X = 3, Y = 4
Output: 2 1 2
A = 2, B = 1, C = 2.
Then A + B = 3 and A + C = 4.
A + B + C = 5 which is minimum possible.
Input: X = 123, Y = 13
Output: 1 12 111
Approach: Let X = A + B and Y = B + C. If X > Y let’s swap them. Note that A + B + C = A + B + (Y – B) = A + Y. That’s why it’s optimal to minimize the value of A. So the value of A can always be 1. Then B = X – A and C = Y – B.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
1 12 111
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