Check If Two String Arrays are Equivalent Leetcode Solution

The problem Check If Two String Arrays are Equivalent Leetcode Solution provides us two arrays of strings. Then we are told to check if these two string arrays are equivalent. The equivalence here refers to the fact that if the strings in the arrays are concatenated. Then after concatenation, both …

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Minimum Number of Steps to Make Two Strings Anagram Leetcode Solutions

Problem Statement In this problem, we are given two strings ‘s’ & ‘t’ consisting of lower-case English characters. In one operation, we can choose any character in string ‘t’ and change it to some other character. We need to find the minimum number of such operations to make ‘t’ an …

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License Key Formatting Leetcode Solution

Problem Statement In the problem “License Key Formatting”, the input consists of a string of characters, representing a license key. Initially, the string is separated into N + 1 groups(words) by N dashes in between. We are also given an integer K, and the goal is to format the string …

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Split a String in Balanced Strings Leetcode Solution

Problem Statement In this problem, we are given a string of characters, containing only ‘R’ and ‘L’. We call a string balanced if it has the same number of ‘R’s and ‘L’s. We can split the given string into disjoint substrings. The goal is to find the maximum possible number …

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Isomorphic Strings Leetcode Solution

Problem Statement In this problem, we are given two strings, a and b. Our goal is to tell whether the two strings are isomorphic or not. Two strings are called isomorphic if and only if the characters in the first string can be replaced by any character(including itself) at all …

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Decrypt String from Alphabet to Integer Mapping Leetcode Solution

Problem Statement In this problem, we are given a string containing digits (0-9) and ‘#’. We have to convert this string to a string of lowercase english letters by using the following mapping. Example s = “10#11#12” “jkab” Explanation: “10#” -> “j” , “11#” -> “k” , “1” -> “a” …

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