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Language: Going from u to v or from v to u?
Description In order to make their sons brave, Jiajia and Wind take them to a big cave. The cave has n rooms, and one-way corridors connecting some rooms. Each time, Wind choose two rooms x and y, and ask one of their little sons go from one to the other. The son can either go from x to y, or from y to x. Wind promised that her tasks are all possible, but she actually doesn't know how to decide if a task is possible. To make her life easier, Jiajia decided to choose a cave in which every pair of rooms is a possible task. Given a cave, can you tell Jiajia whether Wind can randomly choose two rooms without worrying about anything? Input The first line contains a single integer T, the number of test cases. And followed T cases.
The first line for each case contains two integers n, m(0 < n < 1001,m < 6000), the number of rooms and corridors in the cave. The next m lines each contains two integers u and v, indicating that there is a corridor connecting room u and room v directly. Output The output should contain T lines. Write 'Yes' if the cave has the property stated above, or 'No' otherwise. Sample Input 1 3 3 1 2 2 3 3 1 Sample Output Yes Source POJ Monthly--2006.02.26,zgl & twb |

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