2270. Number of Ways to Split Array
Description
You are given a 0indexed integer array nums
of length n
.
nums
contains a valid split at index i
if the following are true:
 The sum of the first
i + 1
elements is greater than or equal to the sum of the lastn  i  1
elements.  There is at least one element to the right of
i
. That is,0 <= i < n  1
.
Return the number of valid splits in nums
.
Example 1:
Input: nums = [10,4,8,7] Output: 2 Explanation: There are three ways of splitting nums into two nonempty parts:  Split nums at index 0. Then, the first part is [10], and its sum is 10. The second part is [4,8,7], and its sum is 3. Since 10 >= 3, i = 0 is a valid split.  Split nums at index 1. Then, the first part is [10,4], and its sum is 14. The second part is [8,7], and its sum is 1. Since 14 >= 1, i = 1 is a valid split.  Split nums at index 2. Then, the first part is [10,4,8], and its sum is 6. The second part is [7], and its sum is 7. Since 6 < 7, i = 2 is not a valid split. Thus, the number of valid splits in nums is 2.
Example 2:
Input: nums = [2,3,1,0] Output: 2 Explanation: There are two valid splits in nums:  Split nums at index 1. Then, the first part is [2,3], and its sum is 5. The second part is [1,0], and its sum is 1. Since 5 >= 1, i = 1 is a valid split.  Split nums at index 2. Then, the first part is [2,3,1], and its sum is 6. The second part is [0], and its sum is 0. Since 6 >= 0, i = 2 is a valid split.
Constraints:
2 <= nums.length <= 10^{5}
10^{5} <= nums[i] <= 10^{5}
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