When it is required to demonstrate a counter and dictionary intersection, the Counter and dictionary can be used.
Below is the demonstration of the same −
from collections import Counter def make_string(str_1,str_2): dict_one = Counter(str_1) dict_two = Counter(str_2) result = dict_one & dict_two return result == dict_one string_1 = 'Hi Mark' string_2 = 'how are yoU' print("The first string is :") print(string_1) print("The second string is :") print(string_2) if (make_string(string_1,string_2)==True): print("It is possible") else: print("It is not possible")
The first string is : Hi Mark The second string is : how are yoU It is not possible
The required packages are imported.
A method is defined, that takes two strings, and converts them into a counter.
It is then assigned to a dictionary.
Outside the dictionary, two strings are defined, and the method is called by passing these two strings.
The relevant output depending on whether the function returns ‘True’ or ‘False’ is shown on console.