1997. First Day Where You Have Been in All the Rooms
Description
There are n
rooms you need to visit, labeled from 0
to n  1
. Each day is labeled, starting from 0
. You will go in and visit one room a day.
Initially on day 0
, you visit room 0
. The order you visit the rooms for the coming days is determined by the following rules and a given 0indexed array nextVisit
of length n
:
 Assuming that on a day, you visit room
i
,  if you have been in room
i
an odd number of times (including the current visit), on the next day you will visit a room with a lower or equal room number specified bynextVisit[i]
where0 <= nextVisit[i] <= i
;  if you have been in room
i
an even number of times (including the current visit), on the next day you will visit room(i + 1) mod n
.
Return the label of the first day where you have been in all the rooms. It can be shown that such a day exists. Since the answer may be very large, return it modulo 10^{9} + 7
.
Example 1:
Input: nextVisit = [0,0] Output: 2 Explanation:  On day 0, you visit room 0. The total times you have been in room 0 is 1, which is odd. On the next day you will visit room nextVisit[0] = 0  On day 1, you visit room 0, The total times you have been in room 0 is 2, which is even. On the next day you will visit room (0 + 1) mod 2 = 1  On day 2, you visit room 1. This is the first day where you have been in all the rooms.
Example 2:
Input: nextVisit = [0,0,2] Output: 6 Explanation: Your room visiting order for each day is: [0,0,1,0,0,1,2,...]. Day 6 is the first day where you have been in all the rooms.
Example 3:
Input: nextVisit = [0,1,2,0] Output: 6 Explanation: Your room visiting order for each day is: [0,0,1,1,2,2,3,...]. Day 6 is the first day where you have been in all the rooms.
Constraints:
n == nextVisit.length
2 <= n <= 10^{5}
0 <= nextVisit[i] <= i
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