Given a string str, the task is to minimize the sum of ASCII values of each character of str after removing every occurrence of a particular character.
Input: str = “geeksforgeeks”
‘g’ occurs twice -> 2 * 103 = 206
‘e’ occurs 4 times -> 4 * 101 = 404
‘k’ occurs twice -> 2 * 107 = 214
‘s’ occurs twice -> 2 * 115 = 230
‘f’ occurs once -> 1 * 102 = 102
‘o’ occurs once -> 1 * 111 = 111
‘r’ occurs once -> 1 * 114 = 114
Total sum = 1381
In order to minimize the sum, remove all the occurrences of ‘e’ from the string
And the new sum becomes 1381 – 404 = 977
Input: str = “abcd”
- Take the sum of all ASCII values in the given string.
- Also store the occurrences of each of the character of the string.
- Remove every occurrence of the character which is contributing the maximum value to the sum i.e. whose occurrence * ASCII is maximum.
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