There are literally dozens of snooker competitions held each year, and team Jinotega tries to attend them all (for some reason they prefer name "snookah")! When a competition takes place somewhere far from their hometown, Ivan, Artsem and Konstantin take a flight to the contest and back.
Jinotega's best friends, team Base have found a list of their itinerary receipts with information about departure and arrival airports. Now they wonder, where is Jinotega now: at home or at some competition far away? They know that:
Please help them to determine Jinotega's location!
In the first line of input there is a single integer n: the number of Jinotega's flights (1 ≤ n ≤ 100). In the second line there is a string of 3 capital Latin letters: the name of Jinotega's home airport. In the next n lines there is flight information, one flight per line, in form "XXX->YYY", where "XXX" is the name of departure airport "YYY" is the name of arrival airport. Exactly one of these airports is Jinotega's home airport.
It is guaranteed that flights information is consistent with the knowledge of Jinotega's friends, which is described in the main part of the statement.
If Jinotega is now at home, print "home" (without quotes), otherwise print "contest".
In the first sample Jinotega might first fly from SVO to CDG and back, and then from SVO to LHR and back, so now they should be at home. In the second sample Jinotega must now be at RAP because a flight from RAP back to SVO is not on the list.