An ideal string is a string where the 1-based index of the first occurrence of each letter is equal to the number of occurrences of that letter in the string. For example, the "BAOOOA" is an ideal string (quotes for clarity only). The letter 'B' appears 1 time, and its index is 1. The letter 'A' occurs 2 times and its first index is 2. The letter 'O' occurs 3 times and its first index is 3.
Given an int length, return the lexicographically smallest ideal string of that length containing only uppercase letters ('A'-'Z'). If there are no such ideal strings of that length, return an empty String instead.