Given a string A, we may represent it as a binary tree by partitioning it to two non-empty substrings recursively.
Below is one possible representation of A = “great”:
great / \ gr eat / \ / \ g r e at / \ a t
To scramble the string, we may choose any non-leaf node and swap its two children.
For example, if we choose the node “gr” and swap its two children, it produces a scrambled string “rgeat”.
rgeat / \ rg eat / \ / \ r g e at / \ a t
We say that “rgeat” is a scrambled string of “great”.
Similarly, if we continue to swap the children of nodes “eat” and “at”, it produces a scrambled string “rgtae”.
rgtae / \ rg tae / \ / \ r g ta e / \ t a
We say that “rgtae” is a scrambled string of “great”.
Given two strings A and B of the same length, determine if B is a scrambled string of S.
The first argument of input contains a string A. The second argument of input contains a string B.
Return an integer, 0 or 1: => 0 : False => 1 : True
1 <= len(A), len(B) <= 50
Input 1: A = "we" B = "we" Output 1: 1 Input 2: A = "phqtrnilf" B = "ilthnqrpf" Output 2: 0
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