A Ternary Problem
You are given a ternary string of length \(N\) containing only \(0\)s, \(1\)s, and \(2\)s. You must print the occurrence of each digit.
The first line will contain the integer \(N\) \((1 \le N \le 10^6)\).
The second line will contain the ternary string containing only \(0\)s, \(1\)s and \(2\)s.
On the first line, print \(3\) integers. The first integer is the number of \(0\)s, the second is the number of \(1\)s, and the third is the number of \(2\)s.
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