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## Let's Be an Anagrammatist

Do you know what is an anagram? An anagram is a rearrangement of letters of one word to form another word. For example: one of the anagrams of the word “CODEMASK” can be “DEMOCSAK”. So, we can find different kinds of anagram of a word.

Now, you are given two array S & T. You have to find a lexicographically smallest contiguous subsequence of S which is an anagram of array T.

Between two sequence A & B, where length(A) == length(B), A will be lexicographically smaller than B if we can find an index i (1 <= i <= length(A)) where A[i] < B[i] and for all j, A[j] = B[j] where 1 <= j < i.

### Input

The first line of the input is the number of the test cases Ts (1 <= Ts <= 20).

Each test case contains three lines. The first lines contains N & M (1 <= N, M <= 200000), N is the length of array S & M is the length of array T (1 <= S[i], T[i] <= 200000).

Next line contains N integers of array S. Then another lines follows contains M integers describing array T.

### Output

First you need to print the case number. Then on the same line, you have to print the index (1 based) of the lexicographically smallest contiguous subsequence of S which is an anagram of T. If there is more than one answer, you need to print the smallest index. If you can’t find any anagram of the T in S, just print 0.

### Samples

Input | Output |
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2 4 3 1 3 2 4 1 2 3 5 3 3 2 1 4 10 1 2 4 | Case 1: 1 Case 2: 2 |

This problem was authored for CodeMask Championship 2016 and is being hosted on Toph per organizer’s request.

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