# Meta

During his last MindCoding Round, Bob encountered the following problem:

Given an empty set, implement a data structure that supports the following operations:

1. insert(val) - adds val to the set; if it already exists, nothing is done.
2. erase(val) - removes val from the set; if it doesn't exist, nothing is done.
3. find(val) - prints YES if val is in the set, NO otherwise.

#### Input

The first line of input contains N, the number of queries.
The following N lines contain two integers each: type and val, where type can be 1, 2 or 3.

#### Output

The output should contain the result of each type 3 operation, on different lines.

#### Constraints

• 1 < N ≤ 100
• 0 ≤ val ≤ 1018

Bob knows his hash tables rather well, so he came up with this solution quickly:

```    1 #include <bits/stdc++.h>
2 using namespace std;
3
4 const long long MOD1 = ???;
5 const long long MOD2 = ???;
6
7 int N;
8 long long type, val;
9 map <pair <long long, long long>, bool> M;
10
11 int main() {
12     cin>>N;
13
14     while(N--) {
15         cin>>type>>val;
16
17         auto hash = make_pair(val % MOD1, val % MOD2);
18
19         if(type == 1)
20             M[hash] = true;
21         if(type == 2)
22             M[hash] = false;
23
24         if(type == 3) {
25             if(M.find(hash) == M.end() || (M.find(hash) != M.end() && !M[hash]))
26                 cout<<"NO\n";
27             else
28                 cout<<"YES\n";
29         }
30     }
31
32     return 0;
33 }
```

To his suprise, this solution failed pretests. Bob even tried to tinker with the values of MOD1 and MOD2, hoping that was the cause of his failure. Now he insists that his solution is correct, and the pretests are flawed. As his friend, you offer to generate a testcase that proves his solution is wrong, before he starts threatening Comisia.

### Input

Two space separated values: the values of MOD1 and MOD2 that Bob used.

### Output

A valid testcase for the given problem, on which Bob's output is incorrect.

### Constraints

• 1 ≤ MOD1, MOD2 ≤ 106