Your computer engineering instructor decided to give you another task (you are the best in the class, after all):
Write a program that prints the result of .
Unimpressed by the supposed challenge, you open up you favourite text editor (Vim, of course) and begin typing away in assembly.
The first line will contain 3 space-separated integers, , , and .
The result of .
Sample Input 1
2 5 11
Sample Output 1
Sample Input 2
9 100 1000000007
Sample Output 2
libc in NASM, the first line of your program should be
; libc. For all others, it should be
; features: libc.