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Concatenate characters

You are given N characters in a line.



Join all the characters and print them in a single line.



• N=5

⚫ Character stream = a b c d e


After concatenating the stream, the stream becomes abcde.

Function description

Complete the solve function provided in the editor. This fund takes the following 2 parameters and returns the concatenat string:

• N. Represents the size of the array

ch. Represents the vector of characters

Input format
Note: This is the input format that you must use to provide custom input (available above the Compile and Test button).

• The first line contains an integer N.

• The second line contains N characters.

Output format

Join all the characters and print them in a single line.


VI Me Ne 10)

Code snippets (also called starter code/boilerplate code)

What I have tried:

def solve (N, ch):
    # Write your code here

N = int(input())
ch = input().split()

out_ = solve(N, ch)
print (out_)
Updated 7-Oct-22 3:25am
Richard MacCutchan 7-Oct-22 4:03am    
Without seeing your code it is impossible to help.
Richard MacCutchan 7-Oct-22 7:55am    
The line which reads # Write your code here is the part you are expected to complete. But I do not understand why you need to concatenate the characters of a string that are already concatenated. Maybe there is some part of the instructions missing.

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