require 5.00553; use re 'eval'; $|=1;$^W=0; $z = qr{(?{local$d=1}) (?:`(?{$d++}) |.(?{$d--}) )+? (?(?{$d})(?!)) }x; $_="``As`SB``Ad``S``BS`BBI``Ae``B`SI`Ed``A?``C``CIi`pI``E? Z``BZZZZZ`KI```CX`KIZZQZZZQZZZZZQZZZZQZ``BZZ```CX`KX`KXQ`` Ee``EeZZZZZQZ```CX`KIZZQ```CX`KIZZQZZZZQ```CXZ`KIZZQ``Ee`` `CX`KIZZQ``EdZZZQZ``BZZ```CX`KX`KXQ``BZ```CX`KIZZ`KXZQ``Ee ```CX`KIZZQ``EdZZZQ``BZZZZ`KXQZ``BZZ```CX`KX`KXQ``B```CXZ` KIZZ`KXQ``Ee``EeZZZZZQ``B``EeZZZ`KXQ``Ee``EdZZZQ``Ee```CX` KIZZQ``EdZZZQ``Ed``Ee```CX`KX`KI"; s/\n//g;s/Q/`KI``E?/g;s/X/IZZZ/g;s/Z/``Es/g; do { $N=0; s{`I($z) (?{$q=0})|``K($z)($z) (?{$q=1}) |```S($z)($z)($z)(?{$q=2})|```B($z)($z)($z) (?{$q=3}) |```C($z)($z)($z)(?{$q=4})|``A($z)($z) (?{$q=5}) |`i($z) (?{$R++,$q=6})|`p($z)(?{print(chr 120-$R), $R=0, $q=7}) |`E($z) (?{$q=8})|`V($z) (?{$q=9}) } {$N=1; $q<5 ?($1,$2,"``$4$6`$5$6","`$7`$8$9","``$10$12$11")[$q] :$q==5?($bind{$13}=$14,"") :($15,"",$bind{$17},"")[$q-6] }ex; } while $N; __END__
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