Given a list of strings, find the largest string among all. Largest string is the string with largest number of unique characters.
Input : "AN KOW", "LO JO", "ZEW DO RO" Output : "ZEW DO RO" Explanation : "ZEW DO RO" has maximum distinct letters. Input : "ROMEO", "EMINEM", "RADO" Output : "ROMEO" Explanation : In case of tie, we can print any of the strings.
We iterate over the strings, and take a boolean array to check the presence of letters. Also, keep track of maximum unique letters. Return the string with maximum number of distinct characters.
A AB C JOHNSON
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