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Let us consider an undirected graph G = <V, E>. Let us denote by N(v) the set of vertices connected to vertex v (i.e. the set of neighbours of v). Recall that the number of vertices connected to v is called the degree of this vertex and is denoted by deg(v).
We will call graph G strange if it is connected and for its every vertex v the following conditions are satisfied:
You are given some strange graph G. Find hamiltonian cycle in it, i.e. find such cycle that it goes through every vertex of G exactly once.
The first line of the input file contains two integer numbers N and M -- the number of vertices and edges in G respectively (3 ≤ N ≤ 10 000, M ≤ 100 000). 2M integer numbers follow -- each pair represents vertices connected by the corresponding edge (vertices are numbered from 1 to N). It is guaranteed that each edge occurs exactly once in the input file and that there are no loops (i.e. ends of each edge are distinct).
If there is no hamiltonian cycle in G, print -1 on the first line of the output file. In the other case output N numbers -- the sequence of vertices of G as they appear in the hamiltonian cycle found (note that the last vertex must be connected to the first one). If there are several solutions, output any one.
4 4 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 1
1 2 3 4