## The Problem

The judges from the programming contests are known to be very mean and very lazy. We, judges,
want less work and more Wrong Answers! So, we'd like you to help us and write an automated
judge script to judge solution runs from teams all over the world. All you have to do is
write a program which receives the standard solution and a team output and gives as answer
one of the following messages: "Accepted", "Presentation Error" or "Wrong Answer". We define each
one as:

**Accepted**: As we are very mean judges, we only want you to give "Accepted" as
answer if the team output matches the standard solution integrally. That is, ALL characters
must match and must be in the same order.

**Presentation Error**:
We want you to give "Presentation Error" if all NUMERIC characters
match (and in the same order) but there is at least one non-numeric character wrong (or in wrong order).
For instance, "15 0" and "150" would receive a "Presentation Error", whereas "15 0" and "1 0" would not
(it would receive "Wrong Answer", see bellow).

**Wrong Answer**: If the team output could not be classified as any of the two above, then
you have no option but to give "Wrong Answer" as an answer!

## Input File: judge.in

The input will consist of an arbitrary number of input sets. Each input set begins with a positive integer
n < 100, alone in a line, which describes the number of lines of the standard solution. The next n
lines contain the standard solution. Then there is a positive integer m < 100, alone in a line, which
describes the number of lines of the team output. The next m lines contain the team output. The
input is terminated by the end of file character. No line will have more than
120 characters.

## Output File: judge.out

For each set you should output one of the following lines:

Run #x: Accepted
Run #x: Presentation Error
Run #x: Wrong Answer

Where x stands for the number of the input set (starting from 1).
## SampleInput

2
The answer is: 10
The answer is: 5
2
The answer is: 10
The answer is: 5
2
The answer is: 10
The answer is: 5
2
The answer is: 10
The answer is: 15
2
The answer is: 10
The answer is: 5
2
The answer is: 10
The answer is: 5
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

## SampleOutput

Run #1: Accepted
Run #2: Wrong Answer
Run #3: Presentation Error
Run #4: Wrong Answer
Run #5: Presentation Error
Run #6: Presentation Error