116. Index of super-prime

time limit per test: 0.25 sec.
memory limit per test: 4096 KB

Let P1, P2, … ,PN, … be a sequence of prime numbers. Super-prime number is such a prime number that its current number in prime numbers sequence is a prime number too. For example, 3 is a super-prime number, but 7 is not. Index of super-prime for number is 0 iff it is impossible to present it as a sum of few (maybe one) super-prime numbers, and if such presentation exists, index is equal to minimal number of items in such presentation. Your task is to find index of super-prime for given numbers and find optimal presentation as a sum of super-primes.


There is a positive integer number in input. Number is not more than 10000.


Write index I for given number as the first number in line. Write I super-primes numbers that are items in optimal presentation for given number. Write these I numbers in order of non-increasing.

Sample Input


Sample Output

3 3

Author: Michael R. Mirzayanov
Resource: PhTL #1 Training Contests
Date: Fall 2001