Time Limit: 2000/1000MS (Java/Others) Memory Limit: 128000/64000KB (Java/Others)

KIDx: I like Java much more than C++, because I can use BigInteger in Java. :)

However, KIDx has to use C++ language to do a project...

KIDx can only use three integer types in C++:

1) **short **occupies 2 bytes and allows you to store numbers from **-32768 to 32767**

2) **int **occupies 4 bytes and allows you to store numbers from **-2147483648 to 2147483647**

3)** long long** occupies 8 bytes and allows you to store numbers from **-9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807**

For all the types given above the boundary values are included in the value range.

From this list, KIDx wants you to choose the **smallest **type that can store a positive integer *n*.

There are multiple cases.

Each case contains a positive integer *n*.

It consists of at least one digit and at most *30* digits.

In addition, it doesn't contain any leading zeros.

For each line, print the first type from the list **"short, int, long long"**, that can store the natural number *n*.

If no one can store the number, just print **"It is too big!"**.

102 50000

short int

KIDx