  InterviewBit Academy is now Scaler Academy! # KEEP SWAPPING 2

Given a string of lowercase alphabets A of size N and two integers B and C.

You have to perform B swaps, Where i’th swap = swap(A[i % N], A[(i + C) % N]).

Return the final string A after B swaps.

NOTE: String A is 0 based indexed.

NOTE: Swaps are 0 based indexed.

Input Format

``````The first argument given is the string A.
The second argument given is the string representation of integer B.
The third argument given is the integer C.
``````

Output Format

``````Return the final string A after B swaps.
``````

Constraints

``````1 <= N <= 10^5
1 <= B <= 10^11
1 <= C <= N
``````

For Example

``````Input 1:
A = "interviewbit"
B = "3"
C = 3
Output 1:
A = "ervintiewbit"
Explaination 1:
After swap 0: swap(A[0%12], A[(0 + 3)%12]) A = "entirviewbit"
After swap 1: swap(A[1%12], A[(1 + 3)%12]) A = "ertinviewbit"
After swap 2: swap(A[2%12], A[(2 + 3)%12]) A = "ervintiewbit"
After swap 3: swap(A[3%12], A[(3 + 3)%12]) A = "ervintiewbit"
Input 2:
A = "raman"
B = "1"
C = 4
Output 2:
"anmar"
Explaination 2:
After swap 0: swap(A[0%5], A[(0 + 4)%5]) A = "namar"
After swap 1: swap(A[1%5], A[(1 + 4)%5]) A = "anmar"
``````
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