**Construct String With Repeat Limit solution leetcode** – You are given a string `s`

and an integer `repeatLimit`

. Construct a new string `repeatLimitedString`

using the characters of `s`

such that no letter appears **more than** `repeatLimit`

times **in a row**. You do **not** have to use all characters from `s`

.

Return *the lexicographically largest *

`repeatLimitedString`

*possible*.

A string `a`

is **lexicographically larger** than a string `b`

if in the first position where `a`

and `b`

differ, string `a`

has a letter that appears later in the alphabet than the corresponding letter in `b`

. If the first `min(a.length, b.length)`

characters do not differ, then the longer string is the lexicographically larger one.

# Construct String With Repeat Limit solution leetcode

Input:s = "cczazcc", repeatLimit = 3Output:"zzcccac"Explanation:We use all of the characters from s to construct the repeatLimitedString "zzcccac". The letter 'a' appears at most 1 time in a row. The letter 'c' appears at most 3 times in a row. The letter 'z' appears at most 2 times in a row. Hence, no letter appears more than repeatLimit times in a row and the string is a valid repeatLimitedString. The string is the lexicographically largest repeatLimitedString possible so we return "zzcccac". Note that the string "zzcccca" is lexicographically larger but the letter 'c' appears more than 3 times in a row, so it is not a valid repeatLimitedString.

## Construct String With Repeat Limit solution leetcode

Input:s = "aababab", repeatLimit = 2Output:"bbabaa"Explanation:We use only some of the characters from s to construct the repeatLimitedString "bbabaa". The letter 'a' appears at most 2 times in a row. The letter 'b' appears at most 2 times in a row. Hence, no letter appears more than repeatLimit times in a row and the string is a valid repeatLimitedString. The string is the lexicographically largest repeatLimitedString possible so we return "bbabaa". Note that the string "bbabaaa" is lexicographically larger but the letter 'a' appears more than 2 times in a row, so it is not a valid repeatLimitedString.

**Constraints:**

`1 <= repeatLimit <= s.length <= 10`

^{5}`s`

consists of lowercase English letters.