Jayden is a little kid that likes to eat chocolate. The enjoyment that he gets from eating chocolate increases exponentially depending on how many people eat it with him. Jayden has an infinite number of friends and he would like to share his chocolate with as many of his friends as possible.
The only thing that is more fun than eating chocolate is playing a game. The chocolate bar that he currently has is a ~1~ by ~N~ line of chocolate squares, and he decides to break up the entire bar into pieces of either ~X~, ~Y~, or ~Z~ consecutive squares to make this problem interesting, giving one piece to each friend. What is the highest number of friends that receive a piece of chocolate following these rules?
The first line will contain the positive integer ~N~ ~(1 \le N \le 10^5)~. The next line will contain the integers ~X~, ~Y~, and ~Z~ ~(1 \le X, Y, Z \le N)~. ~X~, ~Y~, and ~Z~ may share the same value.
On a single line, print the highest number of friends that can receive a piece of chocolate of ~X~, ~Y~, or ~Z~ squares. There will always be a valid answer.
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