You are given an array of size $$N$$ in which the value of the elements are either $$0$$ or $$1$$. All the elements of array are numbered from position $$0$$ to $$N-1$$.You are given some queries which can be of following $$2$$ types.
$$0 \; index$$ : In this type of query you have to find the nearest left and nearest right element from position $$index$$ in the array whose value is $$1$$.
$$1 \; index$$ : In this type of query you need to change the value at positon $$index$$ to $$1$$ if its previous value is 0 or else leave it unchanged.
Important Note : If there is no position with value 1 on the left side of any index in query then print -1 instead of left index and similarly if there is no value 1 in right side of the value index in that query then print -1 in place of the answer for right element.
Input
First line contains $$2$$ integers $$N$$ and $$Q$$ denoting the number of elements in array and number of queries.
Next line contains $$N$$ elements denoting the array.
Next $$Q$$ lines contains $$2$$ integer each denoting the any type of Query.
Output
For each query print left and right nearest element seprated by space.
Constraints
$$1 \le N \le 100000$$
$$1\le index \le N$$
Sample Inputs
Input | Output |
5 4 |
-1 -1 2 4 |
6 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 |
-1 2 2 5 |
The First query is 0 1. So the nearest 1 in left side from index 1 is element at index 0 and in right side the element is at index 4.
Similarly, the second query is 0 5. So the nearest 1 in left side from index 5 is element at index 4 and in right side the element is at index 6.
The third query is 1 2. So set the value equal to 1 of the element at index 2.
The Fourth query is 0 2. So the nearest 1 in left side from index 1 is element at index 2 and in right side the element is at index 4.