CodeFights, a website where you pit your debugging skills against others, has been recently popular among your friends. The trick to winning is knowing when to pick fights! Each player has a rating based on the Elo system (an integer between ~1~ and ~3\,000~), and the higher your rating, the "better" you are. You have a rating of ~A~, and there are ~N~ competitors lined up to fight you. If the difference between your ratings is greater than ~100~, you should reject their challenge. Otherwise, you should accept. Can you write a program to decide when you should program?
The first line of input will have one integer: ~A~.
The second line of input will have one integer: ~N~.
The next ~N~ lines will have one integer each, ~k~ — representing the rating of a competitor who wants to fight you.
For each competitor, either output
fite me! >:3 if the rating difference is less than or equal to ~100~, otherwise
go away! 3:<. The answer to each competitor should be on separate lines.
~1 \le N \le 500~
1500 5 1200 1100 1399 1450 1530
go away! 3:< go away! 3:< go away! 3:< fite me! >:3 fite me! >:3