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Masha likes numbers. She likes Fibonacci numbers even more, so that she represents all natural numbers as sum of Fibonacci numbers. She calls it Fibonacci number system.
Fibonacci numbers is a sequence $$f$$, which is defined as follows: $$f_0 = f_1 = 1$$ and $$f_i = f_{i-1}+f_{i-2}$$ for all $$i>1$$.
Numbers in Fibonacci number system are represented as binary strings with no leading zeros and no two ones are consecutive. To represent natural number $$n$$ in this system, one has to represent $$n$$ as the sum of non-consecutive Fibonacci numbers: $$n=f_{i_1}+f_{i_2}+\dots+f_{i_m}$$ such that $$i_j>0$$ and $$|i_j-i_k|>1$$ for all $$1 \le i, j \le m$$, $$i \ne j$$. For example, let's say $$n=7$$, we can represent $$n = 7 = 2 + 5 = f_2 + f_4$$, so 7 in Fibonacci number system is 1010, $$n=12$$ represented as 10101 and $$n=1$$ — as 1.
Masha got a piece of paper and started writing a big binary string $$s$$. Binary string $$s$$ is formed as follows: initially she has empty string, then she appends Fibonacci number system representation of every natural number starting with 1 in increasing order. So the beginning of her string looks as follows: 110100101100010011010.... These are numbers from 1 to 7, their Fibonacci number system representations are: 1, 10, 100, 101, 1000, 1001, 1010.
Masha is very patient and hard-working, so she wrote a string $$s$$ of length $$10^{18}$$. You are given $$L$$ and $$R$$, and you want to find a part of the string starting from $$L$$ up to $$R$$.
Input consists of single line containing two integers $$L$$ and $$R$$ ($$1 \le L < R \le 10^{18}$$; $$R - L \le 10^5$$).
Output binary string of length $$(R-L)$$: $$s_Ls_{L+1}\ldots s_{R-1}$$.
These are $$s_1s_2 \ldots s_{19}$$ of Masha's string: 1101001011000100110.