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  1. Assume you have a chocolate bar containing a number of small identical squares arranged in a rectangular pattern. Our job is to split the bar into small squares by breaking along the lines between the squares. We obviously want to do it with the minimum number of breakings. How many breakings will it take?
  2. Consider that the chocolate bar has n breaking lines along the length and m breaking lines along the breadth. Write a C function that will take n, m as inputs and print the line numbers along the length and the breadth according to your strategy of breaking the chocolate.
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