KOILINE  Line up
N people are lined up in a straight line to enter a concert. Each person in this line knows how many people in front have shorter or same heights. Let's call the sequence representing these numbers S. So in other words, S[i] means that there are S[i] people in front of the ith person who have shorter or same heights than that of person i.
Given the heights of N people and a sequence S, determine the correct order of people lined up. (left is front)
Input
The first line of the input is an integer N. (1<=N<=100,000)
The next N lines each consists of one integer H. (1<=H<=2*10^9) These N integers are the heights of people lined up.
Then, sequence S is given in a single line, separated by a space.
Output
Determine the correct ordering of people lined up. Total of N lines should be output. The integer on the ith line represents the height of the ith person in the line.
Example
Input: 12
120
167
163
172
145
134
182
155
167
120
119
156
0 1 0 0 3 2 6 7 4 6 9 4
Output: 134
167
120
119
156
120
167
182
155
163
172
145
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Utkarsh Agarwal:
20150526 02:19:46
accepted !! :) changed two arrays of length 10^5 from long int to int, but the time it took to run increased instead :P same algo. same code :P Last edit: 20150526 02:27:23 

Rishav Goyal:
20140430 14:51:51
woe !! heights do fit in int!! moreover more implementation !! huh!! finally AC!! 

Dario Sindicic:
20140301 13:07:16
O( N*lgN*lgN) pass 

:D:
20120522 13:44:28
heights DO fit in int. I was reading them into that format in my ACC submission. 

charvi:
20110930 06:32:54
I have done KOILINE but for the same code I am getting TLE for SSEQ and orders 

Santiago Palacio:
20110613 21:26:54
@Ashish Massand: 2*10^9 < 2^63, so they do fit. 

Ashish Massand:
20110613 08:11:09
The heights don't fit in int they fit in long long int even though in the specification it is said h <= 2*10^9

Added by:  Lawl 
Date:  20110602 
Time limit:  0.140s0.703s 
Source limit:  50000B 
Memory limit:  1536MB 
Cluster:  Cube (Intel G860) 
Languages:  All except: ASM64 
Resource:  2011 KOI Regional 