Java Input/Output
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Given a string S and an integer number N, print the output in the form: "The input string :S" and "The input integer :N" in the two separate lines.

Example 1:

Input:
S = 'GeeksforGeeks'
N = 20
Output :
The input string :GeeksforGeeks
The input integer :20

Explanation:
On the first line we have to
print "The input string :S"
where S = 'GeeksforGeeks'.
On the second line, we have to
print "The input integer :N"
Where N is 20.

Example 2:

Input:
S = 'Power'
N = 50

Output:
The input string :Power
The input integer :50

Explanation:
On the first line, we have to
print "The input string :S"
where S = 'Power'.
On the second line, we have to
print "The input integer :N"
Where N is 50.

You don't need to read input. Your task is to complete the function printIntString() which takes the String S and an Integer N as input parameters and print two Strings on separate lines as mentioned above.

Expected Time Complexity: O(1)
Expected Auxiliary Space: O(1)

Constraints:
1 <= |string length| <= 103
1 <= N <= 104