Design and implement a data structure for a compressed string iterator. It should support the following operations: next and hasNext.
The given compressed string will be in the form of each letter followed by a positive integer representing the number of this letter existing in the original uncompressed string.
next() - if the original string still has uncompressed characters, return the next letter; Otherwise return a white space. hasNext() - Judge whether there is any letter needs to be uncompressed.
Note: Please remember to RESET your class variables declared in StringIterator, as static/class variables are persisted across multiple test cases. Please see here for more details.
Additionally, most of the structure of the original tree should remain. Formally, for any child C with parent P in the original tree, if they are both in the same subtree after the split, then node C should still have the parent P.
You should output the root TreeNode of both subtrees after splitting, in any order.Example 1:
StringIterator iterator = new StringIterator("L1e2t1C1o1d1e1"); iterator.next(); // return 'L' iterator.next(); // return 'e' iterator.next(); // return 'e' iterator.next(); // return 't' iterator.next(); // return 'C' iterator.next(); // return 'o' iterator.next(); // return 'd' iterator.hasNext(); // return true iterator.next(); // return 'e' iterator.hasNext(); // return false iterator.next(); // return ' '
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