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  Q1. Write a Program to check if 2 strings are Anagrams ?Core Java2016-11-30 20:52:37

Ans. public void checkIfAnagram(String str1,String str2){
boolean anagram = true;
for(char c:str1.toCharArray()){
if(!str2.contains(String.valueOf(c))){
System.out.println("Strings are Anagrams");
anagram = false;
}

if(anagram == true){
System.out.println("Strings are not Anagrams");
}
}
}

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 Q2. Write a Program to check if string is a Colidrome ?
(Colidrome is a word that has n alphabets followed by the reverse of the n alphabets, for ex - mallom)
Core Java2017-01-27 14:53:14

Ans.
public class Class {
   public static void main(String[] args) {
      String str = "mallam";
      String firstHalf = str.substring(0, str.length() / 2);
      String secondHalf = str.substring(str.length() / 2);

      if (firstHalf.equals(new StringBuilder(secondHalf).reverse().toString())) {
         System.out.println("It's a Colidrome");
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         System.out.println("It's not a Colidrome");
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