In LOL world, there is a hero called Teemo and his attacking can make his enemy Ashe be in poisoned condition. Now, given the Teemo’s attacking ascending time series towards Ashe and the poisoning time duration per Teemo’s attacking, you need to output the total time that Ashe is in poisoned condition.

You may assume that Teemo attacks at the very beginning of a specific time point, and makes Ashe be in poisoned condition immediately.

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Example 1:
Input: [1,4], 2
Output: 4
Explanation: At time point 1, Teemo starts attacking Ashe and makes Ashe be poisoned immediately.
This poisoned status will last 2 seconds until the end of time point 2.
And at time point 4, Teemo attacks Ashe again, and causes Ashe to be in poisoned status for another 2 seconds.
So you finally need to output 4.
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Example 2:
Input: [1,2], 2
Output: 3
Explanation: At time point 1, Teemo starts attacking Ashe and makes Ashe be poisoned.
This poisoned status will last 2 seconds until the end of time point 2.
However, at the beginning of time point 2, Teemo attacks Ashe again who is already in poisoned status.
Since the poisoned status won't add up together, though the second poisoning attack will still work at time point 2, it will stop at the end of time point 3.
So you finally need to output 3.
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**Constraints**:

- You may assume the length of given time series array won’t exceed 10000.
- You may assume the numbers in the Teemo’s attacking time series and his poisoning time duration per attacking are non-negative integers, which won’t exceed 10,000,000.

For original task refer to leetcode

### Approach

The solution is very straight-forward:

- Iterate over given timeSeries array
- For each step calculate difference between current and next time series:
`timeSeries[i + 1] - timeSeries[i]`

- Aggregate to the result variable the time difference
`timeSeries[i + 1] - timeSeries[i]`

, if it is smaller given`duration`

, else aggregate`duration`

. The idea behind this action is: if the poison-effect finishes before we reach next attack, then be it the answer for this step. - When iteration reaches the last element we just agregate the
`duration`

**Time Complexity: O(N)**, where N is the number of elements in the array.

**Space Complexity: O(1)**, only operational variables are used.

## Solution (Java)

```
class Solution {
public int findPoisonedDuration(int[] timeSeries, int duration) {
int sum = 0;
for (int i = 0; i < timeSeries.length; i++) {
if (i == timeSeries.length - 1) {
sum += duration;
} else {
sum += Math.min(timeSeries[i + 1] - timeSeries[i], duration);
}
}
return sum;
}
}
```