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One of the built-in functions of Python is *divmod*, which takes two arguments and and returns a tuple containing the quotient of first and then the remainder .

For example:

```
>>> print divmod(177,10)
(17, 7)
```

Here, the integer division is `177/10 => 17`

and the modulo operator is `177%10 => 7`

.

**Task**

Read in two integers, and , and print three lines.

The first line is the integer division (While using Python2 remember to import `division`

from `__future__`

).

The second line is the result of the modulo operator: .

The third line prints the *divmod* of and .

**Input Format**

The first line contains the first integer, , and the second line contains the second integer, .

**Output Format**

Print the result as described above.

**Sample Input**

```
177
10
```

**Sample Output**

```
17
7
(17, 7)
```