Given a string str. The task is to find the product of ASCII values of characters in the string.
Input : str = "IS" Output : 6059 73 * 83 = 6059 Input : str = "GfG" Output : 514182
The idea is to start with iterating through characters of the string and multiply their ASCII values to a variable namely, prod. Hence, return prod after the complete iteration of string.
Note: If the string is large, the program may cause segmentation fault because of the limited size of an int.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
Time Complexity: O(N), where N is the length of string.
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