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Given one string and return the version by removing the left and right letter of immediate (*) star?

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Return a version of the given string, where for every star (*) in string the star and thr chars immediately to its left and right are gone. So "ab*cd" yields "ad" and "ad**cd" also yields "ad".

posted Apr 17, 2017 by Atindra Kumar Nath

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