Given a string of size n, write functions to perform following operations on string.
- Left (Or anticlockwise) rotate the given string by d elements (where d <= n).
- Right (Or clockwise) rotate the given string by d elements (where d <= n).
Input : s = "GeeksforGeeks" d = 2 Output : Left Rotation : "eksforGeeksGe" Right Rotation : "ksGeeksforGee" Input : s = "qwertyu" d = 2 Output : Left rotation : "ertyuqw" Right rotation : "yuqwert"
- Separate string in two parts first & second, for Left rotation Lfirst = str[0 : d] and Lsecond = str[d :]. For Right rotation Rfirst = str[0 : len(str)-d] and Rsecond = str[len(str)-d : ].
- Now concatenate these two parts second + first accordingly.
Left Rotation : eksforGeeksGe Right Rotation : ksGeeksforGee
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