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Elma is learning chess figures.
She learned that a rook can move either horizontally or vertically. To enhance her understanding of rook movement Elma’s grandmother gave Elma an 8 × 8 chess board and asked her to find a way to move the rook from
h8 making exactly n moves, so that all visited cells are different.
A visited cell is the initial cell
a1 and each cell on which the rook lands after a move.
The input contains a single integer n (2 ≤ n ≤ 63) — the desired number of moves.
Output a space-separated list of n+ 1 visited cells in the order they are visited by the rook. All cells must be different. The list should start with
a1 and end with
h8. A solution always exists.
4 a1 f1 c1 c8 h8