You will be given a sequence of blocks. Each block starts with an $N$ that indicates the number of integers in the block, then follows with a sequence of $N$ integers. Write a program to read the sequence of blocks until the end of file, and print the maximum or the minimum in each block according to the following rules. Note that to make the maximum and minimum well-defined we assume that every block has at least one number. Also we assume that there is at least one block.
- A block is $complete$ if it has $N$ numbers. In this case report the maximum of the numbers with this block.
- A block is $incomplete$ if it is the last block and the number of integer is less than $N$. In this case report the minimum of the numbers in this block.
Let us illustrate the task with two examples:
If we are given [3, -14, 36, 7], [2, 79, 24], [2, 15, 9], then we should print 36, 79, 15 since every block is complete and we need to print the maximum. If we are given [4, 34, 17, 0, 97], [1, 37], [2, 1, -12], [5, 13, -5, 63] then we need to print 97, 37, 1, -5 because the last block is incomplete, and we need to print the minimum. Note again that only the last block could be incomplete.
- 50 points: All blocks are complete.
- 50 points: There are incomplete blocks.
Do not use array for this problem. You can solve this problem with very little memory. We will make sure that you will not have enough memory, and see the "memory limit exceeded" error, if you use array.
The input contains only one test case. Each test case contains a sequence of integers.
$N$ is a positive integer.
-10000 $\leq$ Each integer in a block $\leq$ 10000.
Print all integers on separate lines.
Sample Input 1
3 -14 36 7 2 79 24 2 15 9
Sample Output 1
Sample Input 2
4 34 17 0 97 1 37 2 1 -12 5 13 -5 63
Sample Output 2