Petya loves football very much. One day, as he was watching a football match, he was writing the players' current positions on a piece of paper. To simplify the situation he depicted it as a string consisting of zeroes and ones. A zero corresponds to players of one team; a one corresponds to players of another team. If there are at least 7 players of some team standing one after another, then the situation is considered dangerous. For example, the situation 00100110111111101 is dangerous and 11110111011101 is not. You are given the current situation. Determine whether it is dangerous or not.
The first input line contains a non-empty string consisting of characters "0" and "1", which represents players. The length of the string does not exceed 100 characters. There's at least one player from each team present on the field.
Print "YES" if the situation is dangerous. Otherwise, print "NO".
Valera the Horse is going to the party with friends. He has been following the fashion trends for a while, and he knows that it is very popular to wear all horseshoes of different color. Valera has got four horseshoes left from the last year, but maybe some of them have the same color. In this case he needs to go to the store and buy some few more horseshoes, not to lose face in front of his stylish comrades.
Fortunately, the store sells horseshoes of all colors under the sun and Valera has enough money to buy any four of them. However, in order to save the money, he would like to spend as little money as possible, so you need to help Valera and determine what is the minimum number of horseshoes he needs to buy to wear four horseshoes of different colors to a party.
The first line contains four space-separated integers s1, s2, s3, s4 (1 ≤ s1, s2, s3, s4 ≤ 109) — the colors of horseshoes Valera has.
Consider all possible colors indexed with integers.
Print a single integer — the minimum number of horseshoes Valera needs to buy.
The Berland University is preparing to celebrate the 256-th anniversary of its founding! A specially appointed Vice Rector for the celebration prepares to decorate the campus. In the center of the campus n ice sculptures were erected. The sculptures are arranged in a circle at equal distances from each other, so they form a regular n-gon. They are numbered in clockwise order with numbers from 1 ton.
The site of the University has already conducted a voting that estimated each sculpture's characteristic of ti — the degree of the sculpture's attractiveness. The values of ti can be positive, negative or zero.
When the university rector came to evaluate the work, he said that this might be not the perfect arrangement. He suggested to melt some of the sculptures so that:
- the remaining sculptures form a regular polygon (the number of vertices should be between 3 and n),
- the sum of the ti values of the remaining sculptures is maximized.
Help the Vice Rector to analyze the criticism — find the maximum value of ti sum which can be obtained in this way. It is allowed not to melt any sculptures at all. The sculptures can not be moved.
The first input line contains an integer n (3 ≤ n ≤ 20000) — the initial number of sculptures. The second line contains a sequence of integers t1, t2, ..., tn, ti — the degree of the i-th sculpture's attractiveness ( - 1000 ≤ ti ≤ 1000). The numbers on the line are separated by spaces.
Print the required maximum sum of the sculptures' attractiveness.