In a tag-based language like XML or HTML, contents are enclosed between a start tag and an end tag like
<tag>contents</tag>. Note that the corresponding end tag starts with a
Given a string of text in a tag-based language, parse this text and retrieve the contents enclosed within sequences of well-organized tags meeting the following criterion:
The name of the start and end tags must be same. The HTML code
<h1>Hello World</h2>is not valid, because the text starts with an
h1tag and ends with a non-matching
Tags can be nested, but content between nested tags is considered not valid. For example, in
contentsis valid but
invalidis not valid.
Tags can consist of any printable characters.
The first line of input contains a single integer, (the number of lines).
The subsequent lines each contain a line of text.
- Each line contains a maximum of printable characters.
- The total number of characters in all test cases will not exceed .
For each line, print the content enclosed within valid tags.
If a line contains multiple instances of valid content, print out each instance of valid content on a new line; if no valid content is found, print
4 <h1>Nayeem loves counseling</h1> <h1><h1>Sanjay has no watch</h1></h1><par>So wait for a while</par> <Amee>safat codes like a ninja</amee> <SA premium>Imtiaz has a secret crush</SA premium>
Nayeem loves counseling Sanjay has no watch So wait for a while None Imtiaz has a secret crush