[LeetCode]#2114. Maximum Number of Words Found in Sentences

Input: sentences = ["alice and bob love leetcode", "i think so too", "this is great thanks very much"]
Output: 6
- The first sentence, "alice and bob love leetcode", has 5 words in total.
- The second sentence, "i think so too", has 4 words in total.
- The third sentence, "this is great thanks very much", has 6 words in total.
Thus, the maximum number of words in a single sentence comes from the third sentence, which has 6 words.
  1. Use len(i.split(“ “) to get each sentence word number.
  2. Return maximum number.
class Solution:
def mostWordsFound(self, sentences):
for i in sentences:
temp=len(i.split(" "))
if temp >ans:
return ans

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