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— So its complexity may depends on how you implement your
count() function, and the algorithm you use
They are called «implementations» and they were build because people can and want 🤷🏻♂️
the «default» one is
— Str = input ()
Index = Str.count ('b')
What's the complexity for this code?
— For time complexity it is o(1) i guess.. i am not sure
you can analyze it yourself
— You can determine complexity by profiling maybe... But that's the easiest way,, measure the time your code takes to compute or output the answer
— Would suggest Python, many paths like machine learning, deep learning open up
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— I was hinting at an improvement, but you are just trolling 😜