Given a numeric string (length <= 32), split it into two or more integers( if possible), such that
1) Difference between current and previous number is 1.
2) No number contains leading zeroes
If it is possible to separate a given numeric string then print “Possible” followed by the first number of the increasing sequence, else print “Not Possible“.
Input : 1234 Output : Possible 1 Explanation: String can be split as "1", "2", "3", "4" Input : 99100 Output :Possible 99 Explanation: String can be split as "99", "100" Input : 101103 Output : Not Possible Explanation: It is not possible to split this string under given constraint.
Approach : The idea is to take a substring from index 0 to any index i (i starting from 1) of the numeric string and convert it to long data type. Add 1 to it and convert the increased number back to string. Check if the next occurring substring is equal to the increased one. If yes, then carry on the procedure else increase the value of i and repeat the steps.
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