**Problem Description**

GIven three prime numbers **A, B** and **C** and an integer **D**.

You need to find the first(smallest) **D** integers which only have **A, B, C** or a combination of them as their prime factors.

First argument is an integer **A**.

Second argument is an integer **B**.

Third argument is an integer **C**.

Fourth argument is an integer **D**.

Return an array of size `D`

denoting the first smallest **D** integers which only have **A, B, C** or a combination of them as their prime factors.

**NOTE:** You need to return the array sorted in ascending order.

Input 1:

A = 2 B = 3 C = 5 D = 5

Output 1:

[2, 3, 4, 5, 6]

Explanation 1:

4 = A * A i.e ( 2 * 2 ) 6 = A * B i.e ( 2 * 3 )

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