Given a string str, the task is to find the maximum valued alphabet in str. The value of a particular alphabet is defined as the difference in the indices of its last and the first occurrence. If there are multiple such alphabets then find the lexicographically smallest alphabet.
Input: str = “abbba”
value(‘a’) = 4 – 0 = 4
value(‘b’) = 3 – 1 = 2
Input: str = “bbb”
Approach: The idea is to store the first and the last occurrences of each of the alphabets in two auxiliary arrays say first and last. Now, these two arrays can be used to find the maximum valued alphabet in the given string.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
Time Complexity: O(N)
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- Count characters at same position as in English alphabet
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- Queries to find the last non-repeating character in the sub-string of a given string
- Queries to find the first non-repeating character in the sub-string of a string
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