## TOPOSORT2 - Topological Sorting

The problem is the same as TOPOSORT, but the limits are different and the tests are different. The differences are highlighted below. Now, the TOPOSORT problem has only solutions in C/++ so it seems impossible to solve it in other languages, for silly reasons. With the tests here, you should still need to find sub-quadratic solutions, but you may do so in languages with I/O that isn't super-fast.

So, the problem: You are given a directed graph, and you should find the lexicographically minimal topological sort of it.

The first line of input has the number n of vertices and the number m of arcs. We have **0≤m,n≤200000**. The vertices are the numbers 1,...,n. The next m numbers each list one arc by giving the source and the target vertex. If there is no cycle, you should output a permutation of the vertices, on one line, whitespace-separated. If there is a cycle, you should print one line containing "Sandro fails." (dot included).

Added by: | Radu Grigore |

Date: | 2018-02-06 |

Time limit: | 10s |

Source limit: | 50000B |

Memory limit: | 1536MB |

Cluster: | Cube (Intel G860) |

Languages: | All |

Resource: | http://www.spoj.com/problems/TOPOSORT/ |