#### 232. Infinite Fraction

time limit per test: 0.25 sec.
memory limit per test: 4096 KB
input: standard
output: standard

You are given integer numbers N and K and an array D[0..N-1] of decimal digits (0<=D[i]<=9, D[i] is an integer).
Consider an array A of real numbers, such that integer part of A[i] is equal to zero, and fractional part is an infinite decimal fraction with digits D[[(i + 0K) mod N], D[(i + 1K) mod N], D[(i + 2K) mod N] and so on.
For example, for N = 3, K = 2 and D = '194':

A = 0.1491491491...
A = 0.9149149149...
A = 0.4914914914...

You are to find an element of array A with the greatest value and output first N digits of its fractional part.

Input
The first line contains integer numbers N and K (1<=N<=150000; 0<=K<=10^9). The second line contains an array of digits D, given without spaces.

Output
You are to output exactly N characters to the output file, according to the task.

Sample test(s)

Input
Test #1
3 2
194

Test #2
2 1
57

Test #3
4 1
0000

Output
Test #1
914

Test #2
75

Test #3
0000

 Author: Antony Popovich Resource: --- Date: October, 2003