Being a cuteness connoisseur, Carol has devised a system of measuring cuteness called "Carol Numbers", where one Carol number represents her own cuteness in a natural state.
Cactus numbers are said to represent ten times the cuteness as a Carol number. Some say that Cactus numbers do not exist, as a Carol number should be the highest conceivable value of cuteness. You will receive ~N~ Carol numbers, given in insignificant units as there are rarely Carol numbers above ~1~. One insignificant Carol is ~1/1000~ of a Carol. Is the Carol number truly the highest possible cuteness?
~1 \le N, K_i \le 10^6~
The first line will contain ~N~, the number of values.
Each of the following ~N~ lines will contain an integer ~K_i~, representing the ~i~th Carol number, represented as cuteness in insignificant Carols.
If any Carol number above 10 exists, output
Something is wrong with these cuteness values.
If any Carol number above 1 exists, but no Carol number above 10 exists, output
Cuteness by definition is similarity to Cactus.
If no Carol numbers above 1 exist, output
Cuteness by definition is similarity to Carol.
Sample Input 1
3 500 800 1000
Sample Output 1
Cuteness by definition is similarity to Carol
Sample Input 2
5 34 7564 345 654 2
Sample Output 2
Cuteness by definition is similarity to Cactus