Darcy has 2 sets of 5 numbers each. He chooses one of the sets and adds up all the numbers in that set except one. What is the maximum sum of those 4 numbers?

Darcy has 10 classmates. 5 sit on the left side, while 5 sit on the right side. Each classmate has a certain amount of points. One day, Bruce invites Darcy to write on the blackboard. Facing attention from both the left and right side, he suddenly finds himself fighting a war on two fronts.
The situation may seem dire for Darcy, but luckily he has a secret ability: the blitzkrieg. In the blink of an eye, Darcy obliterates one classmate (using facts and logic), shocking the other 4 classmates on that side to surrender and give Darcy all their points. However, Darcy can only do this 1 time - as soon as he uses this ability, Bruce will banish him back to his seat for "being disruptive". How many points can Darcy win?

#### Input Specification

The first line contains 5 integers, with each integer ~x~ being a number in the first set.

The second line contains 5 integers, with each integer ~x~ being a number in the second set.

#### Constraints

~1 \le x \le 100~

#### Output Specification

Output the maximum amount of points Darcy can obtain.

#### Sample Input

```
5 1 5 5 5
3 3 2 2 2
```

#### Sample Output

`20`

#### Explanation

Darcy chooses every number in the first set except the number 1.

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