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Problem 1034. -- Automated Judge Script

## Automated Judge Script

Time Limit: 1 Sec  Memory Limit: 64 MB
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## Description

Human programming contest judges are known to be very picky. To eliminate the need for them, write an automated judge script to judge submitted solution runs. Your program should take a file containing the correct output as well as the output of submitted program and answer either Accepted, Presentation Error, or Wrong Answer, defined as follows: Accepted: You are to report ``Accepted'' if the team's output matches the standard solution exactly. All characters must match and must occur in the same order. Presentation Error: Give a ``Presentation Error'' if all numeric characters match in the same order, but there is at least one non-matching non-numeric character. For example, ``15 0'' and ``150'' would receive ``Presentation Error'', whereas ``15 0'' and ``1 0'' would receive ``Wrong Answer,'' described below. Wrong Answer: If the team output cannot be classified as above, then you have no alternative but to score the program a `Wrong Answer'.

## Input

The input will consist of an arbitrary number of input sets. Each input set begins with a line containing a positive integer n < 100, which describes the number of lines of the correct solution. The next n lines contain the correct solution. Then comes a positive integer m < 100, alone on its line, which describes the number of lines of the team's submitted output. The next m lines contain this output. The input is terminated by a value of n = 0, which should not be processed. No line will have more than 100 characters.

## Output

For each set, output one of the following: Run #x: Accepted Run #x: Presentation Error Run #x: Wrong Answer where x stands for the number of the input set (starting from 1).

## Sample Input

```2
2
2
2
2
2
3
Input Set #1: YES
Input Set #2: NO
Input Set #3: NO
3
Input Set #0: YES
Input Set #1: NO
Input Set #2: NO
1
1 0 1 0
1
1010
1
The judges are mean!
1
The judges are good!
0

```

## Sample Output

```Run #1: Accepted
Run #3: Presentation Error
Run #5: Presentation Error
Run #6: Presentation Error

```

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