Given binary string S of size N and a number K. The task is to find the Longest sub string of 0’s in the string which is formed by repeating given string K times.
Input : S = “100001” , K = 3
Output : 4
After repeating given string 3 time, string becomes 100001100001100001.
The longest substring of 0’s is 4
Input : S = “010001000”, K = 4
Output : 4
- If K is one, then find the longest substring of 0’s in a string using a simple loops
- If K is greater than one, then add a given string to the end of the string. Then string becomes S+S and length will be 2*N and find the longest substring of 0’s in a string using a simple loops
- If the longest substring is 2*N then, our answer will be K*N
- Otherwise it will be the our required answer
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