Given a string, find lexicographically next string.
Input : geeks Output : geekt The last character 's' is changed to 't'. Input : raavz Output : raawz Since we can't increase last character, we increment previous character. Input : zzz Output : zzza
If string is empty, we return ‘a’. If string contains all characters as ‘z’, we append ‘a’ at the end. Otherwise we find first character from end which is not z and increment it.
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