Echo Echo Echo
If you have ever visited a canyon or a cave, you may have yelled and heard the echo of your own voice. In this problem, you should simulate that effect:
Your program will be given as input a single word, and it should print out that word three times, separating the words with spaces.
As a refresher, here are some ways to read a single word from standard input (when the first line of input contains a single word), in a few different languages:
# Python 3 # input() reads a whole line, and strip() removes trailing whitespace/newline word = input().strip() // C++ // make sure to first "#include <iostream>" std::string word; std::cin >> word; // Java // make sure to first "import java.util.Scanner;" Scanner s = new Scanner(System.in); String word = s.next();
Input is a single line, containing exactly one word. The only characters used are upper and/or lowercase letters (a–z). The word contains at least one and at most $15$ characters.
Output the given word three times, separated by spaces.
|Sample Input 1||Sample Output 1|
Hello Hello Hello
|Sample Input 2||Sample Output 2|
ECHO ECHO ECHO