Given a number represented by string A of length N and an integer B.
Remove B digits from the number A so that the new number is the smallest possible.
Return the resulting smallest possible number after removing B digits from A.
Note: If resulted string is 001000 return 1000.
The first argument given is the string A. The second argument given is the integer B.
Return the string containing resulting smallest possible number after removing B digits from A.
1 <= N <= 100000 '0' <= A[i] <= '9' 0 <= B <= N The given num A does not contain any leading zero
Input 1: A = "1432219" B = 3 Output 1: "1219" Input 2: A = "10" B = 2 Output 2: '0'
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