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Markham Saturday 15:30 Python Homework 20.03.07.

12 Mar Markham Saturday 15:30 Python Homework 20.03.07.

You have come up with the following compression technique: for each symbol, write down the number of times it appears consecutively, followed by the symbol itself. This compression technique is called run-length encoding.

Given a sequence of characters, write a program to encode them in this format: The encoding of a line will be a sequence of pairs, separated by a space, where each pair is an integer (representing the number of times the character appears consecutively) followed by a space, followed by the character.

Sample Input 1:

Output for Sample Input 1:
3 + 3 = 4 !

Explanation of Output for Sample Input
To see how the first message (on the second line of input) is encoded, notice that there are 3 + symbols, followed by 3 = symbols, followed by 4 ! symbols.

Sample Input 2:

Output for Sample Input 2:
6 7 6 . 12 T

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