Given three numbers a, b and k, find k-th digit in ab from right side
Input : a = 3, b = 3, k = 1 Output : 7 Explanation 3^3 = 27 for k = 1. First digit is 7 in 27 Input : a = 5, b = 2, k = 2 Output : 2 Explanation 5^2 = 25 for k = 2. First digit is 2 in 25
1) Compute a^b
2) Iteratively remove the last digit until k-th digit is not meet
How to avoid overflow?
We can find power under modulo 10sup>k to avoid overflow. After finding the power under modulo, we need to return first digit of the power.
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