You can output N characters of a 0 character long program - if N is 0. Just being picky. Also you can't output N characters of a 30 byte program if N is 31. So I just removed part of the clarification.
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unclemeat
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You should write a program or function that receives a positive integer N as input and prints out the first N characters of your code. If N is larger than the length of your code you should continue output your code cyclically.

Reading your source code in any way and reading from file, stdio, etc. are disallowed.

Examples

(assuming your code is yourcode)

Input => Output:

5 => yourc
10 => yourcodeyo
22 => yourcodeyourcodeyour

Clarification

Your program should be at least 1 byte long as you can't output N characters of your program if it is 0 character long.

You should write a program or function that receives a positive integer N as input and prints out the first N characters of your code. If N is larger than the length of your code you should continue output your code cyclically.

Reading your source code in any way and reading from file, stdio, etc. are disallowed.

Examples

(assuming your code is yourcode)

Input => Output:

5 => yourc
10 => yourcodeyo
22 => yourcodeyourcodeyour

Clarification

Your program should be at least 1 byte long as you can't output N characters of your program if it is 0 character long.

You should write a program or function that receives a positive integer N as input and prints out the first N characters of your code. If N is larger than the length of your code you should continue output your code cyclically.

Reading your source code in any way and reading from file, stdio, etc. are disallowed.

Examples

(assuming your code is yourcode)

Input => Output:

5 => yourc
10 => yourcodeyo
22 => yourcodeyourcodeyour

Clarification

Your program should be at least 1 byte long.

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randomra
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You should write a program or function that receives a positive integer N as input and prints out the first N characters of your code. If N is larger than the length of your code you should continue output your code cyclically.

Reading your source code in any way and reading from file, stdio, etc. are disallowed.

Examples

(assuming your code is yourcode)

Input => Output:

5 => yourc
10 => yourcodeyo
22 => yourcodeyourcodeyour

Clarification

Your program should be at least 1 byte long as you can't output N characters of your program if it is 0 character long.

You should write a program or function that receives a positive integer N as input and prints out the first N characters of your code. If N is larger than the length of your code you should continue output your code cyclically.

Reading your source code in any way and reading from file, stdio, etc. are disallowed.

Examples

(assuming your code is yourcode)

Input => Output:

5 => yourc
10 => yourcodeyo
22 => yourcodeyourcodeyour

You should write a program or function that receives a positive integer N as input and prints out the first N characters of your code. If N is larger than the length of your code you should continue output your code cyclically.

Reading your source code in any way and reading from file, stdio, etc. are disallowed.

Examples

(assuming your code is yourcode)

Input => Output:

5 => yourc
10 => yourcodeyo
22 => yourcodeyourcodeyour

Clarification

Your program should be at least 1 byte long as you can't output N characters of your program if it is 0 character long.

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randomra
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Print out the first N characters of your code

You should write a program or function that receives a positive integer N as input and prints out the first N characters of your code. If N is larger than the length of your code you should continue output your code cyclically.

Reading your source code in any way and reading from file, stdio, etc. are disallowed.

Examples

(assuming your code is yourcode)

Input => Output:

5 => yourc
10 => yourcodeyo
22 => yourcodeyourcodeyour