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Suppose we have two strings s and t, and two values p and q. We have to check whether it is possible to get t from s such that s is separated into groups of p number of characters except the last group which will have characters ≤ p and we can pick at most q number of characters from each group, and also order of characters in t must be same as s.

So, if the input is like s = "mnonnopeqrst", t = "moprst", p = 5, q = 2, then the output will be True as we can make divisions like "mnonn", "opeqr", "st", Now by taking 2 character substrings "mo" and "pr" from "mnonn" and "opeqr" then "st" is already there so using these two length substrings we can generate t by simple concatenation.

To solve this, we will follow these steps −

- temp := an empty map containing empty list for all keys
- l := a list of size same as length of s and fill with 0
- for i in range 0 to size of s, do
- insert i at the end of temp['a']

- low := 0
- for i in range 0 to size of t - 1, do
- indices := temp['a']
- it := index to insert low in the indices list to maintain sorted order
- if it is same as size of indices - 1, then
- return False

- count := quotient of (indices[it] / p)
- l[count] := l[count] + 1
- if l[count] >= q, then
- count := count + 1
- low := count * p

- otherwise,
- low := indices[it] + 1

- return True

Let us see the following implementation to get better understanding −

from bisect import bisect_left from collections import defaultdict def solve(s, t, b, m) : temp = defaultdict(list) l = [0] * len(s) for i in range(len(s)) : temp['a'].append(i) low = 0 for i in range(len(t)) : indices = temp['a'] it = bisect_left(indices, low) if it == len(indices) : return False count = indices[it] // b l[count] = l[count] + 1 if l[count] >= m : count += 1 low = count * b else : low = indices[it] + 1 return True s = "mnonnopeqrst" t = "moprst" p = 5 q = 2 print (solve(s, t, p, q))

"mnonnopeqrst", "moprst", 5, 2

True

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