You are given an array A of N bits. I tell you that K << N are set to one, and the remaining are set to 0. You don't know what bits are set to one and what are not. You just know the amount.
What is the optimal time and space complexity to split the array in two parts such that the number of bit set to one are equal in both the parts? The two parts may be or many not be contiguous. In the latter case, you can provide two sets of indexes for A as answer.
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