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According to Wikipedia, FizzBuzz is a group word game for
children to teach them about division. This may or may not be
true, but this question is generally used to
torture
screen young computer science graduates during programming
interviews.
Basically, this is how it works: you print the integers from
$1$ to $N$, replacing any of them divisible
by $X$ with Fizz or, if they are divisible by $Y$, with Buzz. If the number is divisible by both
$X$ and $Y$, you print FizzBuzz instead.
Check the samples for further clarification.
Input
Input file will contain a single test case. Each test case
will contain three integers on a single line, $X$, $Y$ and $N$ ($1
\leq X < Y \leq N \leq 100$).
Output
Print integers from $1$
to $N$ in order, each on
its own line, replacing the ones divisible by $X$ with Fizz, the ones divisible by $Y$ with Buzz and ones divisible by both $X$ and $Y$ with FizzBuzz.
Sample Input 1 
Sample Output 1 
2 3 7

1
Fizz
Buzz
Fizz
5
FizzBuzz
7

Sample Input 2 
Sample Output 2 
2 4 7

1
Fizz
3
FizzBuzz
5
Fizz
7

Sample Input 3 
Sample Output 3 
3 5 7

1
2
Fizz
4
Buzz
Fizz
7
