Challenges

Bitwise for Dummies
This is to provide you with an introductory experience of bit-wise ope...
Max. Marks: 6
Solved By : 188
Double the Number
Given an array A of size N and K. count all the number of elements suc...
Max. Marks: 8
Solved By : 290
Rotate Array
You are given an array of N length. You have to rotate the array right...
Max. Marks: 6
Solved By : 1617
Floating Number
Bob has a floating point number N. He wants to set the precision for 2...
Max. Marks: 4
Solved By : 5128
SwapMaster solves Symmetric Swap
The SwapMaster is known to be the greatest and fastest swapper of all ...
Max. Marks: 4
Solved By : 4216
String Matching
Cody has a sequence of characters N. He likes a sequence if it contain...
Max. Marks: 3
Solved By : 2376
Leap Year
Steve is playing a quiz game with his brother John. As Steve just lear...
Max. Marks: 6
Solved By : 3662
Project Teams
There are N students in a class and Teacher want to divide these stude...
Max. Marks: 5
Solved By : 4348
Circle of Numbers
All numbers in NumberLand are standing in a circle for a dancing cerem...
Max. Marks: 6
Solved By : 2996
Happy String
A happy string is a string in which each character is lexicographicall...
Max. Marks: 4
Solved By : 2255
Three's Company
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Problem Statement
This problem requires you to create a output string from input string such that for every character in input string, there are three same characters in output string.

Input
First line contains N, the number of letters in the string. The next line contains the string.

Output
Print the output_string.

Constraints
1 ≤ N ≤ 20

Sample Input
5
Hello

Sample Output

HHHeeellllllooo

Dcoded By: Mrudul Sankhere

Solved By: 3335

Maximum Marks: 4