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Candy Distribution
 Time Limit: 1000MS Memory Limit: 65536K Total Submissions: 6891 Accepted: 3827

Description

N children standing in circle who are numbered 1 through N clockwise are waiting their candies. Their teacher distributes the candies by in the following way:

First the teacher gives child No.1 and No.2 a candy each. Then he walks clockwise along the circle, skipping one child (child No.3) and giving the next one (child No.4) a candy. And then he goes on his walk, skipping two children (child No.5 and No.6) and giving the next one (child No.7) a candy. And so on.

Now you have to tell the teacher whether all the children will get at least one candy?

Input

The input consists of several data sets, each containing a positive integer N (2 ≤ N ≤ 1,000,000,000).

Output

For each data set the output should be either "YES" or "NO".

Sample Input

```2
3
4```

Sample Output

```YES
NO
YES```

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