Widest Vertical Area Between Two Points Containing No Points
To find the widest vertical area, we can focus only on the xcoordinates of the points. The reason is that the vertical area is defined by the xaxis and extends infinitely along the yaxis.
Here’s a simple approach to solve this problem:
 Extract the xcoordinates of the given points.
 Sort the xcoordinates.
 Find the maximum difference between consecutive xcoordinates.
The code implementing this approach is as follows:


This code first extracts the xcoordinates and sorts them, and then iterates through the sorted list to find the maximum difference between consecutive xcoordinates. The result is the widest vertical area.