We live in a big country. This country has towns in it. Each town has some post offices in which packages are stored and transferred.
Post offices have different inner structure. Specifically, each of them has some limitations on the packages it can store - their weight should be between and inclusively, where and are fixed for each office.
Packages are stored in some order in the office queue. That means, that they are processed using this order when sending and receiving.
Sometimes two post offices, even in different towns, may organize the following transaction: the first one sends all its packages to the second one. The second one accepts the packages that satisfy the weight condition for the second office and rejects all other ones. These rejected packages return to the first office back and are stored in the same order they were stored before they were sent. The accepted packages move to the tail of the second office's queue in the same order they were stored in the first office.
You should process several queries in your program. You'll be provided with structures , and . in order to complete this task, you should fill the following functions:
- given the town , print all packages in this town. They should be printed as follows:
where , etc are the numbers of post offices and , ... are the ids of packages from the th post office in the order of its queue, , are from the st one etc. There should be one '\t' symbol before post office numbers and two '\t' symbols before the ids.
- given the towns and and post office indices and , manage the transaction described above between the post office # in town and the post office # in town .
- given all towns, find the one with the most number of packages in all post offices altogether. If there are several of them, find the first one from the collection .
- given all towns and a string , find the town with the name . It's guaranteed that the town exists.
First line of the input contains a single integer . blocks follow, each describing a town.
Every town block contains several lines. On the first line there is a string - the name of the town. On the second line there is an integer - the number of the offices in the town. blocks follow then, each describing an office.
Every office block also contains several lines. On the first line there are three integers separated by single spaces: (the number of packages in the office), and (described above). blocks follow, each describing a package.
Every package block contains exactly two lines. On the first line there is a string which is an id of the package. On the second line there is an integer which is the weight of the package.
Then, there is a single integer on the line which is the number of queries. blocks follow, each describing a query.
Every query block contains several lines. On the first line there is an integer , or . If this integer is , on the second line there is a string - the name of town for which all packages should be printed. If this integer is , on the second line there are string , integer , string and integer separated by single spaces. That means transactions between post office # in the town and post office # in the town should be processed.
If the integer is , no lines follow and the town with the most number of packages should be found.
All integer are between and
All strings have length
All towns' names have only uppercase english letters and are unique.
All packages' ids have only lowercase english letters and are unique.
For each post office, .
All queries are valid, that means, towns with the given names always exist, post offices with the given indices always exist.
For queries of type , print all packages in the format provided in the problem statement. For queries of type , print "Town with the most number of packages is " on a separate line.
Sample Input 0
2A22 1 3a 2b 31 2 4c 2B14 1 4d 1e 2f 3h 4532 B 0 A 131 A1 B
Sample Output 0
Town with the most number of packages is BTown with the most number of packages is AA: 0: a b 1: c e f hB: 0: d
Before all queries, town B has packages in total, town has . But after transaction all packages from B's th post office go to the st post office of A, except package d because it's too light.