Crash Code Part2 (Binary Equivalent)
Trying to solve old coding questions, because reasons
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Problem Description
Mr. Binary is lost and wants to be found but the problem is he understands only binary.
His house is located at a maximum binary equivalence possible, from the given set of numbers. A set is a binary equivalence if the number of 0 zeros and ones from a set of number are equal.
Constraints
1 <= N <= 20
1 <= Arr[i] <= 10^5, where Arr[i] is the ith element in the set of N numbers in second line of input
Arr[i] will be unique
Input
First line contains N denoting the number of decimal numbers
Next line contains N space separated decimal numbers
Output
Single line output printing possible binary equivalence where number of digits in this number is equal to number of bits present in the largest element in second line of input.
If there is no set which has binary equivalence then return 0 padded to number of bits present in the largest element in second line of input.
Time Limit
1
Examples
Example 1
Input 3
2 7 10
Output
0011
Explanation
2 > 00101's = 1, 0's = 3
7 > 01111's = 3, 0's = 1
10> 10101's = 2, 0's = 2
Here we have taken up to 4 bits because the maximum number is 10 which needs 4 bits to be represented in binary. The number of zeroes and ones across the set is, 6 each. Hence, the set of [2,7,10] has binary equivalence.
Similaly, if you consider set [2,7], it also has binary equivalence, 4 each.
But set [7,10] does not have binary equivalence. Likewise, set[10] has binary equivalence of 2 each.
Total number of unique sets where binary equivalence is possible from all combinations are 3 viz. Sets are [2,7,10], [2,7] and [10] which is the final answer. But as Mr. Binary only understands zeroes and ones, return the binary of 3.
Since 10 is the largest element in the input on line 2, the number of bits required to represent 10 in binary is 4. Hence, output needs to be padded upto 4 digits. Since binary of 3 represented as a 4digit number is 0011, the answer is 0011
Example 2
Input 1
7
Output
000
Explanation
7> 1111's = 3,0's = 1
Since there is only one element in the set and it also does not have binary equivalence, the answer is 0. However, keeping output specifications in mind, the answer should be printed as 000 since the highest element in second line of input viz. 7 has 3 bits when represented in binary format.
Solve


As you see that whole problem move around bits.
So i have first find the max element and find ones and zero in it and then most important its length so after that i made a array of structure as you see on top of the code and store the length , ones ,zeros of every element index wise now important point is when you calculating and storing ones and zero in struct of array than if the length of binary representation of a number is less then the max element binary representation then add the diff of length in number of zeros.
So now only thing left is to find the subset of main set that have same number of zeros and ones. at last we find all subset of that set and and calculate the number of zero and one by adding them as we have stored them in array of struct.
After counting number of subset have equivalence now answer is to represent the number in binary and of length equal to max element binary representation length