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Description:

You are given a set of n segments on the axis Ox, each segment has integer endpoints between 0 and m inclusive.

Segments may intersect, overlap or even coincide with each other. Each segment is characterized by two integers li and ri — coordinates of the left and of the right endpoints.

Consider all integer points between 0 and m inclusive. Your task is to print all such points that don’t belong to any segment. The point x belongs to the segment [l;r] if and only if l ≤ x ≤ r.

Input:

m — the upper bound for coordinates;

array of coordinats li and ri 0 ≤ li ≤ ri ≤ m — the endpoints of the i-th segment. Segments may intersect, overlap or even coincide with each other.

Output:

All points from 0 to m that don’t belong to any segment.

Examples:

(5, [[2,2],[1,2],[5,5]]) => [0,3,4]

(7, [[0,7]]) => []

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function segments(m, a) {

let res = []

for (let point = 0; point p[0] > point || p[1] < point)) res.push(point) } return res }