Canadian Computing Competition: 2019 Stage 1, Junior #2
You and your friend have come up with a way to send messages back and forth.
Your friend can encode a message to you by writing down a positive integer ~N~ and a symbol. You can decode that message by writing out that symbol ~N~ times in a row on one line.
Given a message that your friend has encoded, decode it.
The first line of input contains ~L~, the number of lines in the message.
The next ~L~ lines each contain one positive integer less than ~80~, followed by one space, followed by a (non-space) character.
The output should be ~L~ lines long. Each line should contain the decoding of the corresponding line of the input. Specifically, if line ~i + 1~ of the input contained ~N~
x, then line ~i~ of the output should contain just the character
x printed ~N~ times.
4 9 + 3 - 12 A 2 X
Output for Sample Input
+++++++++ --- AAAAAAAAAAAA XX