**UVA 10107 What is the Median?**

Median plays an important role in the world of statistics. By definition, it is a value which divides an array into two equal parts. In this problem you are to determine the current median of some long integers. Suppose, we have five numbers {1,3,6,2,7}. In this case, 3 is the median as it has exactly two numbers on its each side. {1,2} and {6,7}. If there are even number of values like {1,3,6,2,7,8}, only one value cannot split this array into equal two parts, so we consider the average of the middle values {3,6}. Thus, the median will be (3+6)/2 = 4.5. In this problem, you have to print only the integer part, not the fractional. As a result, according to this problem, the median will be 4 !

Input

The input file consists of series of integers X(0<=X<2^31) and total number of integers N is less than 10000. The numbers may have leading or trailing spaces.

Output

For each input print the current value of the median.

Sample Input

1

3

4

60

70

50

2

Sample Output

1

2

3

3

4

27

4

//https://uva.onlinejudge.org/external/101/10107.pdf //Runtime: 0.720s //Code Begins #include<cstdio> #include<iostream> #include<vector> #include<algorithm> #include<set> using namespace std; int main(){ vector< int > v; int x,c=0; while(cin >> x){ v.push_back(x); sort(v.begin(),v.end()); if(c%2==0){ int mid=(0+c)/2; cout << v[mid] << endl; } else{ int mid=(0+c)/2; int min=mid+1; int val=(v[mid]+v[min])/2; cout << val << endl; } c++; } return 0; } //Code Ends