##### Canadian Computing Competition: 2013 Stage 1, Senior #2

A train of railway cars attempts to cross a bridge. The length of each car is 10m but their weights might be different. The bridge is 40m long (thus can hold train cars at one time). The bridge will crack if the total weight of the cars on it at one time is greater than a certain weight. The cars are numbered starting at , going up to , and they cross the bridge in that order (i.e., immediately followed by , which is immediately followed by , and so on).

What is the largest number of railway cars such that the train of cars (in order) can cross the bridge?

#### Input Specification

The first line of input is the maximum weight () that the bridge can hold at any particular time. The second line of input is the number () which is the number of railway cars that we wish to move across the bridge. On each of the next lines of input, there will be a positive integer (, ) which represents the weight of the railway car in the sequence.

#### Output Specification

Your output should be a non-negative integer representing the maximum number of railway cars that can be brought across the bridge in the order specified.

#### Sample Input 1

```
100
6
50
30
10
10
40
50
```

#### Output for Sample Input 1

`5`

#### Explanation of Output for Sample Input 1

The first four railway cars have total weight , which is not greater than what the bridge can hold. When the first railway car leaves, and the next comes on, we have a total weight of , which is not greater than what the bridge can hold. The last four cars would cause the bridge to break, since which is greater than the bridge can hold. So, only the first railway cars can be taken across the bridge.

#### Sample Input 2

```
100
3
150
1
1
```

#### Output for Sample Input 2

`0`

#### Explanation of Output for Sample Input 2

When the first railway car enters the bridge, its weight of will exceed the maximum weight the bridge can hold. Thus, we cannot bring any railway cars across the bridge.

## Comments

NVM I DID IT.

I'm not sure why test cases 2, 3 and 4 keep giving me a wrong answer...any suggestions?

the bridge can be any length - so a car can pass, and a new one can enter - look at this again: "The first four railway cars have total weight 50+30+10+10=100, which is not greater than what the bridge can hold. When the first railway car leaves, and the next comes on, we have a total weight of 30+10+10+40=90, which is not greater than what the bridge can hold. The last four cars would cause the bridge to break, since 10+10+40+50=110 which is greater than the bridge can hold. So, only the first 5 railway cars can be taken across the bridge."

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