Characters at Positions of Multiples of X: Given a string S and an integer X as input, the program must print the characters at the positions of multiples of X until the last character is printed. If the multiple of X goes beyond the last character, then the string characters should be navigated in a cyclic manner till the last character is printed.

**Boundary Condition(s):**

1 <= length of string <= 100

1 <= X <= 100

**Input Format:**

The first line contains the string S and the value of X separated by space(s).

**Output Format:**

The first line contains the characters at the positions of multiples of X until the last character of the string S.

**Example Input/Output 1:**

Input:

denomination 8

Output:

aon

Explanation:

The character at the first multiple of 8 is ‘a’.

Since the second multiple of 8 is beyond the last character of the string, consider the string in a cyclic manner. Then the character at the second multiple of 8 is ‘o’.

Similarly, the character at the third multiple of 8 is ‘n’ and also it is the last character of the string.

**Example Input/Output 2:**

Input:

importance 2

Output:

motne

Explanation:

The character at the first multiple of 2 is ‘m’.

The character at the second multiple of 2 is ‘o’.

The character at the third multiple of 2 is ‘t’.

The character at the fourth multiple of 2 is ‘n’.

The character at the fifth multiple of 2 is ‘e’ and also it is the last character of the string S.

# Python:

```
a,b=map(str,input().split())
b=int(b)
i,j=1,0
while j!=len(a):
if i%b==0:
print(a[j],end='')
if j==len(a)-1:break
if j==len(a)-1:
j=0
else:j+=1
i+=1
```