Input: N = 5 Output:  Input: N = GeeksForGeeks Output: [GeeksForGeeks]
- Get the value N
- Generate a Collection with a single value N using Collections.nCopies() method
- Store this collection as a List.
Below is the implementation of the above approach:
List with element 1024:  List with element GeeksForGeeks: [GeeksForGeeks]
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