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A string was compressed using the following Huffman bit code table:

Symbol | Bit Code |
---|---|

[SPACE] | 010 |

c | 1010 |

d | 1011 |

e | 00 |

o | 1100 |

p | 011 |

r | 1101 |

u | 100 |

w | 1110 |

y | 1111 |

Notice: Huffman codes are prefix codes. That means any longer code does not start with the bits of a shorter code. For example, no bit code with more than two bits begins with '00', which is the code for 'e'.

What is the decompressed message, if the compressed bits are '**11111100100010111000110100010101011001011000101010100011011001011**'?

**11111100100010111000110100010101011001011000101010100011011001011**'?