In some situations, we would like to do certain things if a condition holds, and do something else if it doesn’t. Python allows that through else statements:

This program prints YES if the inputted two values match, and NO otherwise.

Note that the contents of both if and else statements are indented with 4 spaces. Besides, both statements end with a colon :.

Note that checking if two values are equal is done through the double == sign. A single = sign is used for assignment, while a double == sign is used to check if two values are equal.

Here is the list of all the possible conditional operators available in python:

Comparison operator

Example

Description

==

if a == b:

Is a equal to b?

!=

if a != b:

Is a different from b?

<

if a < b:

Is a less than b?

>

if a > b:

Is a greater than b?

<=

if a <= b:

Is a less than or equal to b?

>=

if a >= b:

Is a greater than or equal to b?

Challenge

Given two numbers, print the maximum out of those.

Input

Output

10
54

54

7
5

7

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a = int(input())
b = int(input())
if a == b:
print('YES')
else:
print('NO')