Given a string ( containing characters from ‘0’ to ‘9’) and two digits and . The task is to find the substring in the given string with maximum occurrences and containing a’s and b’s only. If there are two or more such substrings with same frequencies then print the lexicographically smallest. If there does not exists any such substring then print -1.
Input : str = "47", a = 4, b = 7 Output : 4 Input : str = "23", a = 4, b = 7 Output : -1
The idea is to observe that we need to find the substring with maximum number of occurrences. So, if we consider substrings that contains both a’s and b’s then the number of occurrences will be less than if we consider the substrings with single digits ‘a’ and ‘b’ individually.
So, the idea is to calculate the frequency of digits of ‘a’ and ‘b’ in the string and the one with maximum frequency will be the answer.
Note: If both digits have same frequency then the digit which is lexicographically smaller among ‘a’ and ‘b’ will be the answer.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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- K-th lexicographically smallest unique substring of a given string
- Count occurrences of a substring recursively
- Check if string can be made lexicographically smaller by reversing any substring
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- Lexicographically smallest rotated sequence | Set 2
- Lexicographically Smallest Topological Ordering
- Lexicographically smallest string of length N and sum K
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- Queries to answer the X-th smallest sub-string lexicographically
- Make a lexicographically smallest palindrome with minimal changes
- Lexicographically smallest permutation with no digits at Original Index
- Find the lexicographically smallest string which satisfies the given condition
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