Willson the Canada Goose is sad that most people did not like the problems that featured him. As a result, he pleaded with the TLE contest setters to put him in a problem that people would not hate.
Your task is simple: given two integers ~A~ ~(1 \le A \le 10)~ and ~B~ ~(1 \le B \le 10)~, output on a single line ~A+B~.
That's it. No tricks - no red herrings, no hidden hints in other problems, no OEIS, no hidden scripts, no screamers, nothing.
The first line of input will contain ~A~.
The second line of input will contain ~B~.
Explanation for Sample Output
Trivially, ~1+3 = 4~.
Unfortunately, a mistake has been found in the problem data, and all submissions have been rejudged with the corrected data.
Because of the mistake, the contest will be unrated.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Please direct all inquiries to Darcy_Liu on the DMOJ Slack.