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K-partitions

1. You are given two integers n and k, where n represents number of elements and k represents number of subsets. 2. You have to partition n elements in k subsets and print all such configurations. Note -> Check out the question video and write the recursive code as it is intended without changing signature. The judge can't force you but intends you to teach a concept.

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K-partitions

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1. You are given two integers n and k, where n represents number of elements and k represents number of subsets. 2. You have to partition n elements in k subsets and print all such configurations. Note -> Check out the question video and write the recursive code as it is intended without changing signature. The judge can't force you but intends you to teach a concept.

Constraints

1 <= n <= 10 1 <= k <= 10

Format

Input

A number n A number k

Output

Check the sample ouput and question video.

Example

Sample Input

3 2

Sample Output

1. [1, 2] [3] 2. [1, 3] [2] 3. [1] [2, 3]

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