Given three strings(without spaces). The task is to print the new string after modifying the three given string as follows:
- Replace all the vowels present in the first string with “*”.
- Don’t change anything in the second string.
- Replace all the consonants in the third string with “$”.
- Concatenate all of the three string to obtain the new string.
Input : how are you Output : h*ware$ou Input : geeks for geeks Output : g**ksfor$ee$$
The idea is to traverse the first string and keep checking if any character is vowel or not. Replace the character in the first string which is vowel with “*”. Similarly, traverse the third string and keep checking if any character is not a vowel. If a character in the third string is not a vowel(then it is a consonant), replace it with ‘$’.
Finally, concatenate the three strings and print the newly concatenated string.
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