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Joe Coder is camping near the Bay of Fundy between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. When he arrived at the bay, he was told that the difference in height between high tide and low tide at the Bay of Fundy was the largest tidal difference in the world. Ever the skeptic, Joe decided to verify this. He chose a reference point and, after learning from the radio when the tides were highest and lowest, he went with a boat to his reference point and measured the depth of the water. Unfortunately, on the last day of his trip, a strong wind scattered his measurements.
Joe has recovered all of his measurements, but they may not be in their original order. Luckily, he remembers some things about his measurements:
Given Joe’s measurements in no particular order, you must reconstruct the correct order in which the measurements were taken.
The first line contains the integer N (1 ≤ N ≤ 100). The next line contains N distinct spaceseparated positive integers, where each integer is at most 1 000 000.
Output the N integers in the unique order that Joe originally took the measurements.
8 10 50 40 7 3 110 90 2
10 40 7 50 3 90 2 110
Explanation of Output for Sample Input
The low tide measurements (in order) were 10, 7, 3, and 2. The high tide measurements (in order) were 40, 50, 90, and 110.