HC - Happy Coins


Happy Coins

A line of coins are given, some belongs to lxh while others belongs to hhb. Now the two guys are about to play a game. In every round of game, each player can select any two consecutive coins and change them into one coin, if the two coins belongs to the same person, the new one will be gained to hhb, or else it will belongs to lxh. The two guys take turns playing this game, lxh always play first. The game runs round by round. You can easily make sense that we will get only one coin at the end of game. Now the question is, suppose the two players perform optimally in the game, which person does the final coin belongs to?

Input

The first line of the input contains one integer T, which indicate the number of test cases.

Following each test, the first line contains an integer N (N ≤ 105), the number of coins. Following N lines, each line contains a name, lxh or hhb, the name of whom this coins belongs to.

Output

For each case, output a line contains the name of whom the final coin belongs to.

Example

Sample Input
1
2
lxh
hhb

Sample Output
lxh

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sachinsharma12: 2017-01-20 06:18:53

Simple +,-....
Easy one

kass_97: 2017-01-12 21:04:24

Easyyyy....AC in one go

gkr007: 2016-06-05 09:15:02

simple "BIT"

lalit_nit: 2016-01-25 17:39:07

Do Play with Balls after that or before that.... two AC at once :P

manas0008: 2016-01-25 15:30:08

Comments didn't allow me to think much on this problem.Question framing is nice.

SangKuan: 2015-07-10 12:21:04

....too easy

apopa: 2015-04-29 13:08:16

The word 'consecutive' is not misleading; it can actually provide a hint. If your solution ignores that requirement and is still accepted, it does not mean that another solution that takes it into account will be rejected. My solution, for example, relies on that requirement and I believe the same holds for many others.

In other words, the comments about the word 'consecutive' being misleading are misleading :)

Ayon Das: 2015-03-26 16:43:21

Think 0's and 1's. XNOR. Cakewalk :)

Govind Lahoti: 2014-09-30 09:20:42

very nice thought behind the prob :)

sobriquet: 2014-07-14 16:30:33

Hint: Take it easy!!!!


Added by:Kumar Anurag
Date:2010-06-09
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Memory limit:1536MB
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