Given a text txt and a pattern pat, write a recursive function “contains(char pat, char txt)” that returns true if pat is present in txt, otherwise false.
1) Input: txt = "THIS IS A TEST TEXT" pat = "TEST" Output: true 2) Input: txt = "geeksforgeeks" pat = "quiz" Output: false;
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Below is recursive algorithm.
contains(tex, pat) 1) If current character is last character of text, but pat has more characters, return false. 2) Else If current character is last character of pattern, then return true 3) Else If current characters of pat and text match, then return contains(text + 1, pat + 1); 4) Else If current characters of pat and text don't match return contains(text + 1, pat);
Below is C++ implementation of above algorithm.
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