ADA University - February 9
The cut number
Vasylko wrote a number which is multiple of d on a scrap of paper. His smaller brother Dmitri cut the number into k parts. Vasylko decided to restore the number that he wrote. He remembered only number d. But there was a problem. It is possible to make many numbers which are multiple of d.
How many numbers multiple of d can make Vasylko? He must use all parts to make a number.
The first line contains two integers d and k (1 ≤ k < 9, 1 ≤ d ≤ 100). The parts of the number are given in the next k lines. The number of digits in each part does not exceed 10.
Print the amount of different numbers.
5 3 13 85 45