Time limit: 1.0s
Memory limit: 64M
is playing Scrabble. However, instead of playing normally, he is simply taking tiles out of a bag with practically unlimited tiles, and using them to make a sentence. However, is particularly concerned with the letter
Given the sentence that
Ls he took, as well as the maximum number of consecutive
Ls taken, without taking another letter tile.
The input will consist of a single line, containing the sentence that was built. The sentence will only consist of uppercase letters and spaces and will be no longer than characters.
A single line, with two space separated integers. The first is the total number of
L tiles that were used, and the second is the maximum number of consecutive
Sample Input 1
Sample Output 1
Sample Input 2
Sample Output 2
I can't get it to count consecutive letters.
Your first step will be to get rid of the spaces. The following two lines of Python 3 code will do that for you:
string = input()
string_without_spaces = string.replace(" ", "")
Tip, if you are during it in Turing, of all forsaken languages, the max character limit per string is 256. You'll need to use some clever programming tricks to solve this.