GoalYour program must decode the encoded message from the Chuck Norris encoding project.
It is strongly recommended to have done the Chuck Norris project.
Link -> https://www.codingame.com/training/easy/chuck-norris
Here are some reminders about the Chuck Norris encoding method:
- The encoded message is unary, containing only sequences of zeroes separated by spaces.
- These sequences of zeroes always come in pairs.
- The first sequence of a pair can be either
- The second sequence of a pair is made of
For instance, if we want to encode the character A, we first start to write down the 7-bit ASCII code for A which is
Then we turn the binary into unary as follows:
Therefore, the encoded message is 0 0 00 00000 0 0.
You are asked to do the reverse process, and thus print A when given the message 0 0 00 00000 0 0.
If the input is invalid, just print INVALID.
Line 1: The encoded message of
Line 1: The decoded message, or the word INVALID when the input is not valid.
N < 4096
0 0 00 00000 0 0
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