Problem: Remove Consecutive Characters
Given a string A and integer B, remove all consecutive same characters that have length exactly B.
1 <= |A| <= 100000
1 <= B <= |A|
First Argument is string A.
Second argument is integer B.
Return a string after doing the removals.
A = "aabcd"
B = 2
A = "aabbccd"
B = 2
"aa" had length 2.
"aa", "bb" and "cc" had length of 2.
Before appending character to the string count the consecutive occurrence before it.
Code in CPP:
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