A pair of string s and r are called magical if for every index i the character of s is less than r i.e. s[i] < r[i]. The task is to count number of pairs of strings possible of length L. Since this value can be large, give answer modulo 109.
Note: The string contains only lowercase English alphabets.
Input: L = 1
Since the length of the strings required is 1.
If s = “a” then r can be any one of “b”, “c”, “d”, … “z” (25 Possibilities)
If s = “b” then r can be any one of “c”, “d”, “e”, … “z” (24 Possibilities)
If s = “y” then r can only be “z” (1 Possibilities)
s cannot be “z” as it is the maximum lowecase character.
Hence total possibilities are 1 + 2 + 3 + … + 25 = 325
Input: L = 2
Approach: For L = 1, total possibilities are 325. For L = 2, total possibilities are 3252. Total possibilities for any value of L will be 325L. Since this value can be large, print the answer modulo 109.
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