Given three integers A, B and C, where A represents n, B represents r and C represents p
and p is a prime number greater than n, find and return the value of nCr % p where
nCr % p = (n! / ((n-r)! * r!)) % p.
x! means factorial of x i.e. x! = 1 * 2 * 3… * x.
The first argument given is the integer A ( = n). The second argument given is the integer B ( = r). The third argument given is the integer C ( = p).
Return the value of nCr % m.
1 <= A <= 10^6 1 <= B <= A A <= C <= 10^9 + 7
Input 1: A = 5 B = 2 C = 13 Output 1: 10 Input 2: A = 6 B = 2 C = 13 Output 2: 2
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