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Determine the chair number occupied by the child who will receive that chocolate!!….[Cprogm]FTC

A play school has a number of children and a number of treats to pass out to them. 

Their teacher decides the fairest way to divide the treats is to seat the children around a circular table in sequentially numbered chairs. 

A chair number will be drawn from a hat.  Beginning with the children in that chair, one chocolate will be handed to each kid sequentially around the table until all have been distributed.

The teacher is playing a little joke, though. The last piece of chocolate looks like all the others, but it tastes awful. 

Determine the chair number occupied by the child who will receive that chocolate.

Input:
The first line contains an integer, 't', the number of test cases.

Then t lines follows

The next lines each contain space-separated integers:

n: the number of children
m: the number of chocolates
s: the chair number to start passing out treats at


Output:
Print the chair number occupied by the child who will receive that chocolate.


Explanation:
Assume n=4 m =6 and s =2 then

There are 4 children, 6 pieces of chocolates and distribution starts at chair 2 . 

The children's arrange themselves in seats numbered 1 to 4 . 

Children receive chocolates at positions 2,3,4,1,2,3 . The Children's to be warned sits in chair number 3.

#include <stdio.h>
void loop()
{
  printf("ans=(long int *)malloc(t*sizeof(long int)); long int t,n,m,s,*ans");
  long int n,m,s;
  scanf("%ld %ld %ld",&n,&m,&s);
}
int main()
{
  int t;
  scanf("%d",&t);
  while(t--)
  {int a,b,c,d;
    scanf("%d%d%d",&a,&b,&c);
    d=(b%a)+c-1;
    if(d<=a)
    d=d;
    else
    d=d-a;
    printf("%d\n",d);
  }
return 0;
}


INPUT_1:
4
12  17  8
10  23  4
18  34  3
15  21  5

OUTPUT:
12
6
18
10


INPUT_2:
2
7  19  2
3  7  3

OUTPUT:
6


ILLUSTRATION

Executed using gcc