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Print the first 100 rows in the Rule 110 cellular automaton starting from an initial single living cell.

Each new row in the life of the automaton should be a new line, and the rules for whether a cell is alive or dead depends on whether is was alive on the previous iteration, as well as the state of the two neighbouring cells. The rules which dictate whether a cell is alive or dead in the next iteration are as follows:

Previous cellsNew centre cell
where 1 is alive, 0 is dead, and the middle digit represents the previous state of the current cell.

The first 10 rows are shown here:

      ██ █
    ██   █
   ███  ██
  ██ █ ███
 ███████ █
██     ███
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