main()
{
char input[] = "SSSWILTECH111";
int i, c;
for ( i=2; (c=input[i])!=''; i++) {
switch(c) {
case 'a': putchar ('i'); continue;
case '1': break;
case 1: while (( c = input[++i]) != '1' && c!= '');
case 'E': case 'L': continue;
default: putchar(c);continue;
}
putchar(' ');
}
putchar('
');
}






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