# Check the given string is Palindronme

Get a String and reverse the characters of the string. And check whether reverse order and original order is same.

Sample Input 1:

Sample Output 1:

Palindrome

Strongly recommended to Solve it on your own, Don't directly go to the solution given below.

#include<stdio.h> int main() { //write your code here }

#### Program or Solution

``` #include<stdio.h> #include<string.h> int main() { char str[50],str1[50],temp; int i = 0; int j; fgets(str,50,stdin); j = strlen(str) - 1; while(i<=j) { str1[j]=str[i]; str1[i]=str[j]; i++; j--; } printf("\n%s\n",str1); i=0; while(str[i]!='\0' && str[i]!='\n') { if(str[i]!=str1[i]) { printf("Not palindromne"); return 0; } i++; } printf("Palindronme"); return 0; } ```

#### Program Explanation

initialize i to first location of string and j to last location of string using i=0 j=n-1 move the characters of str in location i and j to str1, then increment i by 1 and decrement j by 1.

str1[j]=str[i] str1[i]=str[j] repeat the above step till i is less than j Compare str and str1, if the both are same then print "Palindromne". else "Not Palindromne".