|Unknown Language Round #2|
The non-negative integer a is a divisor of the non-negative integer b if and only if there exists a positive integer c such that a × c = b.
Some numbers are really interesting. Commander Surena defines some interesting properties for non-negative integers:
Surena asks you to find out if a given number is happy, happier or upset.
Input contains a single non-negative integer n (1 ≤ n ≤ 108).
Write on a single line the type of the integer: happy, happier or upset. Print the type in lowercase letters.
In the second test 29994 is only divisible by 2.
In the third test 23 is a prime number.