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validNumbers(startNumber, endNumber) - This function will return true if startNumber is less than or equal to endNumber, and false otherwise
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so please clear my doubt.
character in the string is equal to its ascii value.
In the Byteland country ascii code of 'a' is 1, 'b' is 2 ...'z' is 26.
Your task is to find out whether the given string is a super ascii string or not.
First line contains number of test cases T, followed by T lines, each containing a string "S".
For each test case print "Yes" if the String "S" is super ascii, else print "No"
1<=|S|<=400, S will contains only lower case alphabets ('a'-'z').
Sample Input and Output
SNo. Input Output
In case 1, viz. String "bba" -
The count of character 'b' is 2. Ascii value of 'b' is also 2.
The count of character 'a' is 1. Ascii value of 'a' is also 1.
Hence string "bba" is super ascii.
a.As the price of oranges rises, the demand for oranges falls, ceteris paribus.” Explain.
b. “The price of a bushel of wheat was $3.00 last month, and $2.50 today. The demand curve for wheat must have shifted leftward between last month and today.” Discuss.
c. Some goods are bought largely because they have ‘snob appeal.’ For example, the residents of Beverly Hills gain prestige by buying expensive items. In fact, they would not buy some items unless they are expensive. The law of demand, which holds that people buy more at lower prices than at higher prices, obviously does not hold for the residents of Beverly Hills. The following rules apply in Beverly Hills: high prices, buy; low prices, don’t buy.” Do you agree? Discuss.
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