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Language:
miniSQL
 Time Limit: 1000MS Memory Limit: 65536K Total Submissions: 2460 Accepted: 737

Description

Joan is taking an internship at a company these days. Every day she is assigned tons of dull statistical jobs such as counting how many products made by the company values more than \$100. In order to have more time to chat with the handsome intern nearby, she asks you to program a clever software that helps her get released from the onerous work.

The software should take as input a table of records together with several queries and for each query output all the records respectively.

Input

The first part of the input is a single line consisting of three integers, m(1 ≤ m ≤ 10), n(1 ≤ n ≤ 10000), k(1 ≤ k ≤ 100) indicating the number of columns in the table, the number of records and the number of queries.

The second part of the input is the description of the table, which consists of m lines. The i-th line of this part consists two strings in the format Column_Name Type which describes the i-th column of the table.

• Column_Name contains only letters(a-zA-Z), digits(0-9) and underline(_).
• Type is either "STR" or "INT" indicating the type of this column.

The third part of the input shows the content of the table which contains n lines. The i-th line of this part shows the i-th record in the table which consists of m items.

• if the type of the i-th column is "INT", the i-th item will be a 32-bit integer.
• if the type of the i-th column is "STR" , the i-th item will be a string containing only letters(a-zA-Z), digits(0-9) and underline(_).

The last part of the input gives the k queries which are similar to SQL select statements. The query is in the format select Column_List where Condition

• Column_List contains a list of column names which are separated by a single comma. All the names occured in the description of the table.
• Condition is in the format Column_Name Op Value
• Column_Name is one of the column name in the description of the table.
• if the column's type is "STR", Op is "=". Otherwise it may be "=", "<" or ">".
• if the column's type is "STR", Value will be a quoted string containing only letters(a-zA-Z), digits(0-9) and underline(_). Otherwise it will be a 32-bit integer.

The size of the input will not exceed 1M bytes.

Output

For each query output a table and a blank line as Sample Output shows.

Sample Input

```3 10 4
SID INT
NAME STR
PRIZE INT
1000 Potion 50
1001 Phoenix_Down 150
1002 Remedy 300
1003 Dagger 320
1004 Rod 260
1005 Flame_Staff 1100
1007 Fork 1100
1008 Javelin 880
1009 Cats_Claws 4000
select SID,NAME,PRIZE where PRIZE>100
select SID,SID where NAME="Dagger"
select PRIZE where NAME="Rod"
select SID,NAME,PRIZE where NAME="Excalibur"```

Sample Output

```
+-----------------------------+
| SID  |     NAME     | PRIZE |
|------|--------------|-------|
| 1001 | Phoenix_Down |  150  |
| 1002 |    Remedy    |  300  |
| 1003 |    Dagger    |  320  |
| 1004 |     Rod      |  260  |
| 1005 | Flame_Staff  | 1100  |
| 1006 | Broad_Sword  |  330  |
| 1007 |     Fork     | 1100  |
| 1008 |   Javelin    |  880  |
| 1009 |  Cats_Claws  | 4000  |
+-----------------------------+

+-------------+
| SID  | SID  |
|------|------|
| 1003 | 1003 |
+-------------+

+-------+
| PRIZE |
|-------|
|  260  |
+-------+

+--------------------+
| SID | NAME | PRIZE |
|-----|------|-------|
+--------------------+
```

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