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One Two Three Game

Two players Alice and Bob are playing a game. They have a pile with n coins in it. They can pick either 1 or 2 coins in one turn. Alice goes first and they take alternate turns.The player who picks the last coin is the winner. Can you find out the winner.

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One Two Three Game

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Two players Alice and Bob are playing a game. They have a pile with n coins in it. They can pick either 1 or 2 coins in one turn. Alice goes first and they take alternate turns.The player who picks the last coin is the winner. Can you find out the winner.

Constraints

1<= n <= 10^18

Format

Input

The first line contains integer n(no. of coins in the pile).

Output

Print the winner (ALICE or BOB).

Example

Sample Input

10

Sample Output

ALICE

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