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By abhinavxd, history, 7 months ago, In English

Find the maximum length of the subsequence such that XOR of each consecutive element is equal to k. example: [3,2,4,3,5] and k=1. Answer = 3, subsequence = [3,2,3]

And for [1,2,5,7,9,8,5] ans would be 3.

So far I have tried these approaches :

A naive two-loop solution where we will use two loops and find the subsequence with XOR equals to k.

2.Second I am thinking of dynamic programming where I can store XOR of already calculated subsequence but I am not able to complete the algorithm.

Can someone please tell me some other way of solving this problem?


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