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# You are given an array of binary strings strs and two integers m and n.
#
# Return the size of the largest subset of strs such that there are at most m 0's and n 1's in the subset.
#
# A set x is a subset of a set y if all elements of x are also elements of y.
#
# Example 1:
#
# Input: strs = ["10","0001","111001","1","0"], m = 5, n = 3
# Output: 4
# Explanation: The largest subset with at most 5 0's and 3 1's is {"10", "0001", "1", "0"}, so the answer is 4.
# Other valid but smaller subsets include {"0001", "1"} and {"10", "1", "0"}.
# {"111001"} is an invalid subset because it contains 4 1's, greater than the maximum of 3.
#
# Example 2:
#
# Input: strs = ["10","0","1"], m = 1, n = 1
# Output: 2
# Explanation: The largest subset is {"0", "1"}, so the answer is 2.
#
# Approach #1 Dynamic Programming
#
# @param {String[]} strs
# @param {Integer} m
# @param {Integer} n
# @return {Integer}
def find_max_form(strs, m, n)
dp = (m + 1).times.map { [0] * (n + 1) }
strs.each do |str|
zeros = str.count('0')
ones = str.count('1')
m.downto(zeros) do |i|
n.downto(ones) do |j|
dp[i][j] = [dp[i][j], dp[i - zeros][j - ones] + 1].max
end
end
end
dp[m][n]
end
strs = %w[10 0001 111001 1 0]
m = 5
n = 3
puts find_max_form(strs, m, n)
# Output: 4
strs = %w[10 0 1]
m = 1
n = 1
puts find_max_form(strs, m, n)
# Output: 2
```