NGM  A Game with Numbers
Nikifor and Trofim play the following game: they write some positive integer smaller than 2,000,000,000 and take turns one after another. Nikifor is the first to make a move. The turn is made by the following rule: from the written integer any nonzero digit is subtracted, and the new integer replaces the old one on the desk. For example for integer 40534, the next move can be: 40530, 40531 or 40529. The winner is the player who writes zero on the desk.
Write a program to decide who will win if both players do their best.
Input
The input contains the positive integer from which the game is started.
Output
In the first line you must write 1 if Nikifor wins and 2 otherwise. If Nikifor wins then in the second line you must output the move in the first turn which guarantees victory for him. If there are many such moves then output any of them.
Example
Input: 14 Output: 1 4
Author: Filimonenkov D.O.
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techventer_936:
20170911 20:03:09
Digits to be subtracted will always be from (19). carry on!! :) 

dangerous321:
20170827 23:24:10
' If Nikifor wins then in the second line' got wa becoz of this


diaaeddin:
20170824 12:23:11
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 are wining status because he can win in one move


dark_harry:
20170725 20:49:40
what if the number is 0?


hunnychauhan:
20170722 11:32:04
unable to understand problem clearly yet solved it using sample case :) 

unlock1997:
20170706 13:04:04
@tuandayhehe you have to print the move in the first turn and not total number of turns.Read the output statement very carefully. 

agdeva8:
20170703 15:30:05
use string to store the number


masterbios:
20170621 21:15:44
Silly mistake costs me 2 WA !finally got it. 

ramesh_961:
20170603 06:53:59
Just Easy!!Think cool!! You will get definately!! O(1) solution! 

sagnik_66:
20170519 18:27:26
Extremely Easy!! 
Added by:  Roman Sol 
Date:  20060505 
Time limit:  0.620s 
Source limit:  50000B 
Memory limit:  1536MB 
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