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from collections import defaultdict
from typing import DefaultDict

def check_anagrams(first_str: str, second_str: str) -> bool:
    Two strings are anagrams if they are made up of the same letters but are
    arranged differently (ignoring the case).
    >>> check_anagrams('Silent', 'Listen')
    >>> check_anagrams('This is a string', 'Is this a string')
    >>> check_anagrams('This is    a      string', 'Is     this a string')
    >>> check_anagrams('There', 'Their')
    first_str = first_str.lower().strip()
    second_str = second_str.lower().strip()

    # Remove whitespace
    first_str = first_str.replace(" ", "")
    second_str = second_str.replace(" ", "")

    # Strings of different lengths are not anagrams
    if len(first_str) != len(second_str):
        return False

    # Default values for count should be 0
    count: DefaultDict[str, int] = defaultdict(int)

    # For each character in input strings,
    # increment count in the corresponding
    for i in range(len(first_str)):
        count[first_str[i]] += 1
        count[second_str[i]] -= 1

    for _count in count.values():
        if _count != 0:
            return False
    return True

if __name__ == "__main__":
    from doctest import testmod

    input_A = input("Enter the first string ").strip()
    input_B = input("Enter the second string ").strip()

    status = check_anagrams(input_A, input_B)
    print(f"{input_A} and {input_B} are {'' if status else 'not '}anagrams.")