__Ultra Fast Mathematician-61A__**Problem Link**

**Solution Link in Java**

The problem is a quite simple one. If you learn Java Strings, it'll be a piece of cake. I suggest you try the problem yourself before proceeding. As a quick reminder, check out this short java string tutorial from

*tutorialspoint*as a guide to this problem.

Now let's come to our solution. After taking the input, we enter a for loop with range from 0 to n-1 , where n is the length of the input string(both strings have the same length). We extract one character from each string and put them in two character variable a and b.

We now check whether they are the same character or not. If they are the same, we output 0. Otherwise, we print out 1 since a and b are not same characters.

After the loop is finished, we get the desired output binary string.

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