204. House of Mirrors

I'm a slow walker, but I never walk backwards.

This exercise 6.10 in the textbook.

We have a room with a lot of mirrors. The rectangular room is of size $W$ by $D$. You can think of the room consists of $WD$ square cells, each is of unit length. Within each cell we may place a mirror. The mirror is two sided so that both sides reflect light. Now there are $2(W+D)$ windows around the room, each is centered at one of boundary cells, Like in the following figure. If we stand at window 0 and look into the room, we will see the person standing at window 8. Now write a program that, given the position of these windows, calculates the windows number we would be able to see if we stand at a particular window.

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Input

The first line of the input has two numbers, $W$ and $D$, representing the width and the depth of the room. Both $D$ and $W$ are positive integers and no more than 100. Each of the next $D$ lines has $W$ numbers, with 1 representing a mirror, and 0 for no mirror. The numbers are from top to bottom, left to right.

Output

The output has $2(W+D)$ lines, and each line has one number. The number in the $i$-th line indicates the window number that can be seen from the $i$-th window.

Sample input

5 40 1 0 1 00 0 1 0 01 0 0 1 10 1 1 0 0


Sample output

87596241031715141612111310