**Objective: **Given an array and an integer, find the smallest subarray whose sum is greater than the given integer.

**Examples**:

arrA[] = { 1, 5, 20, 70, 8} Integer = 97 Output : Min Length = 3 Subarray = [20, 70, 8] arrA[] = { 1, 10, 3, 40, 18} Integer = 50 Output : Min Length = 2 Subarray = [40, 18]

**Approach:**

**Naive Approach: **Use 2 loops. Time Complexity – O(n^{2}).

**Better Approach: Time Complexity – O(n)**

- Initialize
= length of the array and say the given integer is x.**minLength** - Take variables
= 0, start = 0**currSum** - Do the linear scan in an array and start adding each element to the currSum.
- if currSum > x then start subtracting elements from the start.(
) check the length of the subarray, if it is less than the minLength (**currSum-arrA[start]**)update minLength and store the current index and start index for finding the subarray.**currentIndex-start<minLength**

**Code:**

**Output:**

Min length of subarray to get 50 is : 2 SubArray is: 40 18

it would work only if the array is sorted. if not, it would fail.

a = [1, 20, 30, 10, 50], min = 51

will return [1, 20, 30] instead of [1, 50]

The code will return Minimum length of subarray to get 51 is : 2

SubArray is: 10 50

The program is correct

This code returns 40 and 18 for me.

for array a={ 1, 20, 30, 10} and sum 60, above code will print only length not subarray. Little modification is required in code as mentioned below.

instead of

if (i – start < minLen)

it should be

if (i – start <= minLen)

Hello,

Given an array {4, 7, 11, 3, 12, 1, 9, 2} and x=22 it returns 11, 3 and 12 as the shortest subarray when {11, 12} is the correct answer.

Yes , the program is for subarray so elements has to be contiguous so 11,3,12 is the right answer. {11,12} is the sub sequence.

This line should be added before the loops: arrA = arrA.sort((a, b) => a > b)

No need to sort the array. The program will work without sorting as well