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Given a number, find number of possible decoding for this number.

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Suppose A is represented by 1, B by 2 ...and Z by 26.

Now we are given a number, and we need to find number of possible decoding for this number. No need to consider number starts with zero.

Input – 1234,
Output – 3(ABCD, AWD, LCD)

posted Jul 13, 2014 by anonymous

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