Challenges

Bitwise for Dummies
This is to provide you with an introductory experience of bit-wise ope...
Max. Marks: 6
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Double the Number
Given an array A of size N and K. count all the number of elements suc...
Max. Marks: 8
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Rotate Array
You are given an array of N length. You have to rotate the array right...
Max. Marks: 6
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Floating Number
Bob has a floating point number N. He wants to set the precision for 2...
Max. Marks: 4
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SwapMaster solves Symmetric Swap
The SwapMaster is known to be the greatest and fastest swapper of all ...
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String Matching
Cody has a sequence of characters N. He likes a sequence if it contain...
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Leap Year
Steve is playing a quiz game with his brother John. As Steve just lear...
Max. Marks: 6
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Project Teams
There are N students in a class and Teacher want to divide these stude...
Max. Marks: 5
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Circle of Numbers
All numbers in NumberLand are standing in a circle for a dancing cerem...
Max. Marks: 6
Solved By : 2978
Happy String
A happy string is a string in which each character is lexicographicall...
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Circle of Numbers
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Problem Statement
All numbers in NumberLand are standing in a circle for a dancing ceremony. Every number needs a dancing partner. Dancing partner of any number is the number which is standing radially opposite to it in the circle. The numbers are from 0 to N-1. A certain number X wants to know who will be its dancing partner. Please help X.

Input
Two positive integers denoting the value of N and X.

Output
Print the number radially opposite to X in a circle of N numbers.

Constraints
4 ≤ N ≤ 20 0 ≤ X < N

Sample Input
8 2

Sample Output

6

Dcoded By: Mrudul Sankhere

Solved By: 2978

Maximum Marks: 6