Given a string str with repeated characters, the task is to rearrange the characters in a string such that no two adjacent characters are same. If it is possible then print Yes else print No.
Input: str = “geeksforgeeks”
“egeksforegeks” is one such arrangement.
Input: str = “bbbbb”
Approach: The idea is to store the frequency of each character in an unordered_map and compare maximum frequency of character with the difference of string length and maximum frequency number. If the maximum frequency is less than the difference then it can be arranged otherwise not.
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