Given a string s, count special substrings in it. A Substring of S is said to be special if either of the following properties is satisfied.
- It starts with a vowel and ends with a consonant.
- It starts with a consonant and ends with a vowel.
Input : S = "aba" Output : 2 Substrings of S are : a, ab, aba, b, ba, a Out of these only 'ab' and 'ba' satisfy the condition for special Substring. So the answer is 2. Input : S = "adceba" Output : 9
A simple solution is to generate all substrings. For every substring check the condition of special string. If yes increment count.
An efficient solution is to count vowels and consonants in every suffix of string. After counting these, we traverse string from beginning. For every consonant, we add number of vowels after it to result. Similarly, for every vowel, we add number of consonants after it.
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