## Problem Statement :

Consider a non-empty array inarr consisting of non-zero unique positive integers separated by”,”(comma) and a positive integer innum which denotes the maximum number of swaps allowed.

Write a program to print a number outnum which represents a number with the lowest value that can be formed by concatenating all the elements of inarr with a maximum of innum swaps.

Assumption(s):

inarr will contain at least 2 elements

The elements of inarr will contain at most 3 digits

Note:

• Swapping the array elements of inarr is allowed but not the digits within the elements of inarr

## Question : ## Code Solution :

```				```
k=int(input())
s=input().split(",")
max_len = max([len(i) for i in s])
list2=[]
list5=[]
for i in s:
list5.append(i)
raw_len=len(i)
if raw_len==max_len:
temp=i
else:
list2.append(temp)
list3=[]
for i in list2:
list3.append(i)
list3.sort()
for i in range(0,len(list2)):
list2[i]=int(list2[i])
for i in range(0,len(list2)):
min = 1000
for j in range(i+1,len(list2)):
if list2[j]<min:
min=list2[j]
indx=j
if i==len(list2)-1:
break
if k==0:
break
if list2[i]>min:
k-=1
temp=list2[i]
list2[i]=list2[indx]
list2[indx]=temp

temp = list5[i]
list5[i] = list5[indx]
list5[indx] = temp

out=""
for i in list5:
out+=i
print(int(out))
```
```