IX Olimpiada Informatyczna 2001/2002
Author: Krzysztof Onak
We have a balance at our disposal. The scales are in balance if and
only if both pans are empty or the weights on each pan weigh the same
in total. In the given set of weights one should find such two
disjoint subsets that, after putting all the weights of one on one pan
and all the weights of the other on the other pan, the scales are in
balance. Moreover, we require to put on the scales the heaviest weight
Write a program which:
- reads from the text file wag.in the weights of the
- selects two disjoint sets of the weights meeting the conditions of
- writes the result to the text file wag.out.
In the first line of the text file wag.in there is one
integer n, 2<=n<=1 000, equal to the number
available weights. In each of the following n lines there is
one positive integer being the weight of one weight from the set of
available weights. You may assume that all the weights weigh at most
50 000 in total.
In the first line of the text file wag.out you should write
two nonnegative integers p and q, separated by a single
space, and denoting the numbers of weights in the first and the second
set, respectively. In the second line there should be p
integers separated by single spaces. They should be the weights of the
weights from the first set. The third line should consist of q
integers, separated by single spaces, equal to the weights of the
weights from the second set.
For the following input file wag.in:
a correct answer is in the following output file wag.out:
Announcement during the Contest
From all the arrangements of the weights, for which the scales keep
balance, one should choose that one which contains the heaviest weight
possible. In case of many such solutions only one is to be given.