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I'm fairly sure you just don't get it. The resulting string can be as big as 100'000 characters long, as stated by the Restrictions. Now, how much memory does that use? 100'000 * 8 / 8 / 1024 = 97.6 KB.

If I'm in any way seeing this wrong and Wrong Answer should be Caught Fatal Signal 11, please explain as thorough as you can, because I just don't see why would it go over the 100 KB mark, for tests that are meant not to result in a string longer than 100'000 characters.
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