# Summary Array's Data with Limit

Enter values in a one-dimensional array of positive integers in the range [1-99], N (N = known and even). Numbers can be entered in any way (scanf_s command, using random number creation function), provided that a valid validity check is in place.

Consider that you are also given:

A given known value t, 0 a known upper limit M.

The program, in C language, will create a new table that will include the sums of the elements in the original table starting from positions 1, 2, 3, ... N and spacing t. If the process reaches or exceeds the end of the table, it will continue from the beginning until the sum exceeds the M.

Example. Original array, N = 10, t = 4, M = 200:

14 | 7 | 91 | 27 | 53 | 72 | 18 | 52 | 33 | 44 |

Sums:

1st Sum: 14 + 53 + 33 + 91 + 18 = 209

2nd sum: 7 + 72 + 44 + 27 + 52 = 202

New Array:

209 | 202 | ... | ... |