We are given a set of integers and we have to find all the possible subsets of this set of integers. The following example elaborates on this further.

- Guess the number of subsets for a set of size ‘n’
- Combinations

void get_all_subsets(vector<int>& v, vector<unordered_set<int>>& sets) { //TODO: Write - Your - Code }

int get_bit(int num, int bit) { int temp = (1 << bit); temp = temp & num; if (temp == 0) { return 0; } return 1; } void get_all_subsets(vector<int>& v, vector<unordered_set<int>>& sets) { int subsets_count = pow((double)2, (double)v.size()); for (int i = 0; i < subsets_count; ++i) { unordered_set<int> set; for (int j = 0; j < v.size(); ++j) { if (get_bit(i, j)) { set.insert(v[j]); } } sets.push_back(set); } } int main() { int myints[] = {8,13,3,22, 17, 39, 87, 45, 36}; std::vector<int> v (myints, myints + sizeof(myints) / sizeof(int) ); vector<unordered_set<int>> subsets; get_all_subsets(v, subsets); cout << "****Total*****" << subsets.size() << endl; for (int i = 0; i < subsets.size(); ++i) { cout << "{"; for (unordered_set<int>::iterator it = subsets[i].begin(); it != subsets[i].end(); ++it) { cout << *it << ","; } cout << "}" << endl; } cout << "****Total***** = " << subsets.size() << endl; return 0; }

Exponential, $O(2^{n}* n)$ - where ‘n’ is number of integers in the given set.

Exponential, $O(2^{n}* n)$

There are several ways to solve this problem. We will discuss the one that is neat and easier to understand. We know that for a set of ‘n’ elements there are $2^{n}$ subsets. For example, a set with 3 elements will have 8 subsets. Here is the algorithm we will use:

```
n = size of given integer set
subsets_count = 2^n
for i = 0 to subsets_count
form a subset using the value of 'i' as following:
bits in number 'i' represent index of elements to choose from original set,
if a specific bit is 1 choose that number from original set and add it to current subset,
e.g. if i = 6 i.e 110 in binary means that 1st and 2nd elements in original array need to be picked.
add current subset to list of all subsets
```

Note that the ordering of bits for picking integers from the set does not matter; picking integers from left to right would produce the same output as picking integers from right to left.