According to Wikipedia, FizzBuzz is a group word game for children to teach
them about division. This may or may not be true,
but this question is generally used to torture/screen young computer
science graduates during programming interviews.
Basically, this is how it works: you print the integers from 1 to
`N`, replacing any of them divisible by `X` with `Fizz` or, if they are
divisible by `Y`, with `Buzz`. If the number is divisible by both `X`
and `Y`, you print `FizzBuzz` instead.
Check the samples for further clarification.

The first line of input contains the number of test cases,
`C` (`1 <= C <= 100`).
Each of the following `C` lines contains three integers, `X Y N`,
(`1 <= X < Y <= N <= 100`).

Print integers from 1 to `N` (inclusive) in order, each on its own line,
replacing the ones divisible by `X` with `Fizz`,
the ones divisible by `Y` with `Buzz`,
and ones divisible by both `X` and `Y` with `FizzBuzz`.

1 2 3 7

1 Fizz Buzz Fizz 5 FizzBuzz 7