PHONELST  Phone List
Phone List
Given a list of phone numbers, determine if it is consistent in the sense that no number is the prefix of another. Let’s say the phone catalogue listed these numbers:
 Emergency 911
 Alice 97 625 999
 Bob 91 12 54 26
In this case, it’s not possible to call Bob, because the central would direct your call to the emergency line as soon as you had dialled the first three digits of Bob’s phone number. So this list would not be consistent.
Input
The first line of input gives a single integer, 1 <= t <= 40, the number of test cases. Each test case starts with n, the number of phone numbers, on a separate line, 1 <= n <= 10000. Then follows n lines with one unique phone number on each line. A phone number is a sequence of at most ten digits.
Output
For each test case, output “YES” if the list is consistent, or “NO” otherwise.
Example
Input: 2 3 911 97625999 91125426 5 113 12340 123440 12345 98346 Output: NO YES
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zenosama:
20180228 17:22:56
Nice problem for beginners Last edit: 20180305 16:22:36 

avik26091998:
20180111 19:41:17
Good problem for implementing Trie... 

somanshu_s:
20171210 13:26:54
You don't need to use trie for this question . It can be done using stl maps . 

javafreak:
20171002 05:55:00
Trie data structure, little painful to implement in C though , overall was fine. 

aronzx:
20170901 08:09:44
My first Trie ! 

Arka Roy:
20170817 13:42:05
don't feel satisfied with AC through sort !! go for tries :) 

mddaud001:
20170810 22:37:02
My First Trie . Feeling Blessed 

rohit9934:
20170702 19:47:07
Weak test cases. sorting solution must not pass. 

iammangod96:
20170613 13:44:53
First ever TRIE problem solved. No solutions seen, no excuses, only pure love :) 

leafbebop:
20170605 17:01:16
why even sort when a prime=150003 and a hash table can get the way. 
Added by:  Andres Galvis 
Date:  20090308 
Time limit:  0.177s0.532s 
Source limit:  50000B 
Memory limit:  1536MB 
Cluster:  Cube (Intel G860) 
Languages:  All except: ERL JSRHINO NODEJS PERL6 VB.NET 
Resource:  Nordic Collegiate Programming Contest 2007 