Add all the integers from 1 to n in which the digit m does not appear. m will always be a single digit integer from 0 to 9.
no_digit_sum(10,1) = 44
because 1 and 10 are excluded from the sum and
sum(2:9) = 44
simple but fun :)
answer to the first test case should be 205
and for third test case should be 558
as question given as summing all digits except the digit mention as 'm'
the problem means to exclude all numbers with the digit 'm'
so example n=20, m=5, you exclude numbers 5 and 15 as these contains the digit m=5.
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I wonder how could this kinda solution pass the test?!
I will improve this code !
wrong answer,need to use setdiff
It dseon't mettar waht oedrr the lrettes in a wrod are.
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