Given a string ‘str’, the task is to remove all the characters from the string that have even frequencies.
Input: str = "aabbbddeeecc" Output: bbbeee The characters a, d, c have even frequencies So, they are removed from the string. Input: str = "zzzxxweeerr" Output: zzzweee
- Create a map and store the frequency of each character from the string to the same map.
- Then, traverse the string and find out which characters have even frequencies with the help of the map.
- Ignore all those characters which have even frequencies and store the rest in a new string.
- Finally, display the new string.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
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