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Problem 2111 Min Number

Accept: 993    Submit: 1945
Time Limit: 1000 mSec    Memory Limit : 32768 KB

Problem Description

Now you are given one non-negative integer n in 10-base notation, it will only contain digits ('0'-'9'). You are allowed to choose 2 integers i and j, such that: i!=j, 1≤i<j≤|n|, here |n| means the length of n’s 10-base notation. Then we can swap n[i] and n[j].

For example, n=9012, we choose i=1, j=3, then we swap n[1] and n[3], then we get 1092, which is smaller than the original n.

Now you are allowed to operate at most M times, so what is the smallest number you can get after the operation(s)?

Please note that in this problem, leading zero is not allowed!

Input

The first line of the input contains an integer T (T≤100), indicating the number of test cases.

Then T cases, for any case, only 2 integers n and M (0≤n<10^1000, 0≤M≤100) in a single line.

Output

For each test case, output the minimum number we can get after no more than M operations.

Sample Input

3 9012 0 9012 1 9012 2

Sample Output

9012 1092 1029

Source

“高教社杯”第三届福建省大学生程序设计竞赛

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