Given a string str, the task is to print the pattern given in the examples below:
Input: str = “geeks”
Reverse of “geeks” is “skeeg”
Replace first and last character with ‘*’ i.e. *kee*
Replace second and second last character in the modified string i.e. **e**
And so on.
Input: str = “first”
- Print the unmodified string.
- Reverse the string and initialize i = 0 and j = n – 1.
- Replace s[i] = ‘*’ and s[j] = ‘*’ and update i = i + 1 and j = j – 1 then print the modified string.
- Repeat the above steps while j – i > 1.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
geeks *kee* **e**
- Program to print reverse character bridge pattern
- Length of the largest substring which have character with frequency greater than or equal to half of the substring
- Find if a given string can be represented from a substring by iterating the substring “n” times
- Partition given string in such manner that i'th substring is sum of (i-1)'th and (i-2)'th substring
- Substring Sort
- Longest substring with count of 1s more than 0s
- Longest substring of vowels
- Palindrome Substring Queries
- Longest Common Substring | DP-29
- Largest substring with same Characters
- Longest Palindromic Substring | Set 2
- Longest Palindromic Substring | Set 1
- Frequency of a substring in a string
- Check if a string is substring of another
- Longest Non-palindromic substring
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