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the index range is inclusive of the start and end indices: [0, 1, 2].

we are looking at the set of chocolates from i to i+m and determining if that set meets our criteria. if it does, we increment total. then we increment i and look at the next set, and so on until we have traversed the array.

i like victorz's analogy below: it is a "sliding window."

## Birthday Chocolate

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starting index is i=0 and end index is i+m=2 so the 2 index is excluded?? *the index range is inclusive of the start and end indices: [0, 1, 2].

we are looking at the set of chocolates from i to i+m and determining if that set meets our criteria. if it does, we increment total.

then we increment i and look at the next set, and so on until we have traversed the array.i like victorz's analogy below: it is a "sliding window."

i hope that helps.

For the same program, how can we get the result if the required chocolate squares are not consecutive?

thats not what the problem states ( these types of problem are called maximum-sub array problems ) ,

Still you want to solve this problem, you need to use Combinations, which will increase the diffuculty.

what is the i < n-m?

Yes the 2 index is excluded.