##### IOI '04 - Athens, Greece

The ancient mathematician and philosopher Pythagoras believed that reality is mathematical in nature. Present-day biologists study properties of biosequences. A biosequence is a sequence of integers, which

- contains each of the numbers ,
- starts with and ends with , and
- has no two elements , in adjacent positions in this order.

A subsequence consisting of adjacent elements of a biosequence is called
a *segment*.

A segment of a biosequence is called a *framed interval* if it includes
all integers whose values are between the value of the first element,
which must be the smallest element in the segment, and the last element,
which must be the largest and different from the first. A framed
interval is called an *empodio* if it does not contain any shorter
framed intervals.

As an example, consider the biosequence . The whole biosequence is a framed interval. However, it contains another framed interval and therefore it is not an empodio. The framed interval does not contain a shorter framed interval, so it is an empodio. Furthermore, it is the only empodio in that biosequence.

You are to write a program that, given a biosequence, finds all empodia (plural for empodio) in that biosequence.

#### Input Specification

The first line contains a single integer : the number of integers in the input biosequence. The following lines contain the integers of the biosequence in the order of the sequence. Each of these lines contains a single integer.

#### Output Specification

The first line of output is to contain one integer : the number of empodia in the input biosequence. The following lines describe all empodia of the input biosequence in the order of appearance of the starting point in the biosequence. Each of these lines is to contain two integers and (in that order) separated by a space, where the -th element of the input biosequence is the first element of the empodio and the -th element of the input biosequence is the last element of the empodio.

#### Sample Input

```
8
0
3
5
4
6
2
1
7
```

#### Sample Output

```
1
2 5
```

#### Constraints

In one input, . In all other inputs, . Additionally, in of the inputs, .

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