## COCI '23 Contest 4 #2 Knjige

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Points: 7 (partial)
Time limit: 1.0s
Memory limit: 512M

Problem types

Marko was at the Interliber book fair, and he bought books. The attraction of the -th book is . Marko arranged the books on the shelf according to their attraction values, so the first book from the left is the least attractive, and every next one to the right is more or equally attractive than the previous one.

It has been quite some time since Interliber, but Marko has only now found time to read the books. He will spend a total of minutes reading.

For each book, he can either read it in its entirety, which takes him minutes; or read only the content from the covers, which takes him minutes.

He will start from the leftmost book. After finishing the current book (either entirely or just the content from the covers), he moves on to the next book, which is the first one to the right of the book he just read. Marko's inspiration is equal to the sum of the attraction values of the books he has read in their entirety. What is the maximum value of Marko's inspiration after minutes?

Note: If Marko starts reading a book but fails to finish it before the end of minutes, that book does not contribute to his inspiration.

#### Input Specification

The first line contains integers , , and , the number of books, the time Marko will spend reading, the time required for reading a book and the time required to read the content from the covers.

The second line contains integers , the attraction values of books.

#### Output Specification

In the first and only line print Marko's maximal inspiration after minutes.

1 7 for each
2 27

#### Sample Input 1

3 5 2 1
2 2 4

#### Sample Output 1

6

#### Explanation for Sample 1

For example, Marko can read the first book in its entirety, read only the content from the covers of the second book, and read the third book in its entirety, thus achieving the maximum possible inspiration.

#### Sample Input 2

2 10 3 1
3 3

#### Sample Output 2

6

#### Sample Input 3

4 10 3 2
3 4 5 6

#### Sample Output 3

12