Fox Ciel just used the command "sudo" (super-user do) to gain administrative privileges in the UNIX-based operating system on her computer. She now wants to install several new programs. Each program has some dependencies: in addition to the program, the package manager has to install some libraries used by the program.
The package repository contains exactly 1000 libraries. For simplicity, we will number them from 1 to 1000, inclusive.
You are given the information about the dependencies of the programs Fox Ciel wants to install. More precisely, you are given the ints A and B, both containing the same number of elements. For each valid i, one of the programs needs all libraries that have numbers between A[i] and B[i], inclusive. Note that the programs may have overlapping dependences: multiple programs may require the same library to be installed. Of course, in such cases it is sufficient to install such a library once.
Calculate and return the total number of libraries that need to be installed.
Sasha has an array of integers a1, a2, ..., an. You have to perform m queries. There might be queries of two types:
- 1 l r x — increase all integers on the segment from l to r by values x;
- 2 l r — find , where f(x) is the x-th Fibonacci number. As this number may be large, you only have to find it modulo 109 + 7.
In this problem we define Fibonacci numbers as follows: f(1) = 1, f(2) = 1, f(x) = f(x - 1) + f(x - 2) for all x > 2.
Sasha is a very talented boy and he managed to perform all queries in five seconds. Will you be able to write the program that performs as well as Sasha?