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## 문제

Given a set of string S = {S1, S2, ..., Sn}, a common superstring R of the set S is a string such that each string in S appears as a substring in R. For example, let S be {"abb", "baab", "bbc"}, then one possible common superstring R of S is "abbbaabbbc" which has the length of 10 characters. Notice that all strings S in appear as substring in R. To verify: "abb" appears in "[abb]baabbbc", "baab" appears in "abb[baab]bbc", and "bbc" appears in "abbbaab[bbc]". The string "abbbaabbbc" is also a common superstring of S; you can verify it by yourself.

Among all possible common superstrings, usually the shortest common superstring is more attractive. It has many real-world application such as sparse matrix compression, DNA sequencing, and many others. In the example above, the shortest common superstring will be "baabbc" with the length of 6 characters. To verify: "aab" appears in "b[aab]bc", "baab" in "[baab]bc", and "bbc" in "baa[bbc]".

Unfortunately, the problem of finding the shortest common superstring is known to be NP-hard, i.e. up to this moment, there is no known polynomial-time algorithm to solve the problem.

The inverse problem of finding the shortest common superstring will be: given a string R, find the set of string S such that R is the shortest common superstring of S. Of course this inverse problem is very easy and trivial! The set S can simply contains a single string which equals to R (notice that a string is also a substring to the string itself).

Now, you are going to solve a more challenging problem. Given a string R, find the lexicographically (alphabetically) smallest string which does NOT appear as a substring in R. To simplify the problem, a string is defined as a non-empty sequence of only lowercase alphabetical character (a-z). For example, let the string R be "icpc", then the lexicographically smallest string which does not appear as substring in R is "a".

String S = S1S2S3... is lexicographically smaller than string T = T1T2T3... if one of the following is true:

• |S| < |T| and Si = Ti for all 1 ≤ i ≤ |S|, or
• There exists an index i where Si < Ti and Sj = Tj for all 1 ≤ j < i.

## 입력

The first line contains a string which length between 1 and 1000, inclusive. The given string contains only lowercase alphabetical character (a-z).

## 출력

The output contains the smallest lexicographical string which is NOT a substring of the input string, in a line. The output string should contain only lowercase alphabetical character.

## 예제 입력 1

icpc


## 예제 출력 1

a


## 예제 입력 2

jakarta


## 예제 출력 2

aa