Given a string str consisting of a sentence, the task is to reverse the entire sentence word by word.
Input: str = “geeks for geeks”
Output: geeks for geeks
Input: str = “data structures and algorithms”
Output: algorithms and structures data
- Create an empty stack.
- Tokenize the input string into words using spaces as separator with the help of strtok()
- Push the words into the stack.
- Pop the words from the stack until the stack is not empty which will be in reverse order.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
geeks for geeks
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