Given a string containing space-separated words and a number K. The task is to find and print all those words whose length is greater than K using stringstream in C++.
A general solution to solve this problem using loops is discussed in the previous article. In this article, a solution using stringstream in C++ will be discussed.
Input : str = "hello geeks for geeks is computer science portal" K = 4 Output : hello geeks geeks computer science portal Input : str = "string is fun in python" K = 3 Output : string python
The idea is to use stringstream to create a stream by splitting the given string into tokens and then process the stream and print the words with length greater than K.
Below is the implementation of the above idea:
- Find words which are greater than given length k
- Count the number of words having sum of ASCII values less than and greater than k
- Generating Lyndon words of length n
- K length words that can be formed from given characters without repetition
- stringstream in C++ and its applications
- StringStream in C++ for Decimal to Hexadecimal and back
- Removing spaces from a string using Stringstream
- Smallest Greater (than S) String of length K whose letters are subset of S
- Count number of binary strings such that there is no substring of length greater than or equal to 3 with all 1's
- Length of the largest substring which have character with frequency greater than or equal to half of the substring
- Check if the given string of words can be formed from words present in the dictionary
- Find alphabetical order such that words can be considered sorted
- Python program to find uncommon words from two Strings
- Find the size of largest subset of anagram words
- Count words that appear exactly two times in an array of words
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