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# Answer to Question #44994 in C for Palak

Question #44994
A string is said to be "Beautiful", if it contains only non repetitive alphabets. Let S be the string with lower case alphabets, your task is to find out the longest "Beautiful sub-string" present in the given string S.

Input Format:

First line starts with T, which is the number of test cases. Each test case contains string S.

Output Format:

Print the first longest beautiful sub string present in the string S.

Constraints:
1<=T<=10

1<=|S|<=5500, S will contain only lower case alphabets.

Sample Input and Output

SNo. Input Output
1
2
ss
abcdeddd

s
abcde
//Answer on Question#44994 - Progamming - C#include <stdio.h>#include <string.h>int main() {   int T;   char S[70];   int len;   int i, j;   int curr;   int start, finish;   int pos['z' - 'a' + 1];   scanf("%d", &T);   while (T-- > 0) {      scanf("%s", S);      len = strlen(S);      start = 0;       finish = 0;      curr = 0;      memset(pos, -1, sizeof(pos));      for (i = 0; i < len; ++i) {         if (pos[S[i] - 'a'] != -1) {            if (i - curr > finish - start + 1) {               start = curr;               finish = i - 1;            }            for (j = curr; j < pos[S[i] - 'a']; ++j) {               pos[S[j] - 'a'] = -1;            }             curr = pos[S[i] - 'a'] + 1;         } else {            pos[S[i] - 'a'] = i;         }      }            if (len - curr > finish - start + 1) {         start = curr;         finish = len - 1;      }      for (i = start; i <= finish; ++i) {         printf("%c", S[i]);      }      printf("\n");   }}

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