Given a string as input, output a number of whitespace characters (0x0A and 0x20) equal to the length of the string.
For example, given the string
Hello, World! your code would need to output exactly 13 whitespace characters and nothing else. These can be any mix of spaces and newlines.
Your code should not output any additional trailing newlines or spaces.
Input -> Amount of whitespace to output "Hello, World!" -> 13 "Hi" -> 2 " Don't Forget about Existing Whitespace! " -> 45 "" -> 0 " " -> 13 " " -> 1
This is code-golf so fewest bytes wins!
0x20are the hexadecimal values for the Newline and Space characters respectively \$\endgroup\$
These can be any mix of spaces and newlinesYour output can be any mix of spaces and newlines, you can just output spaces if you want, like everyone else, or you can just output newlines. It's up to you \$\endgroup\$