Given a string str which stores the time in the 24 hours format as HH:MM such that 0 ≤ HH ≤ 23 and 0 ≤ MM ≤ 59. The task is to find the next closest time which is a palindrome when read as a string. If no such string exists then print -1.
Input: str = “21:12”
The only palindromic time possible in the given hour is 21:12
but it is not greater than the given time so the output will be
the palindromic time in the next hour i.e. 22:22
Input: str = “23:32”
Approach: There are three possible cases:
- If MM < reverse(HH) then the output will be HH as hours and reverse(HH) as minutes.
- If HH = 23 and MM ≥ 32 then output will be -1.
- Else output will be HH + 1 as hours and reverse(HH + 1) as minutes.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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- Manacher's Algorithm - Linear Time Longest Palindromic Substring - Part 2
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