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A. Primal Sport

time limit per test

1.5 secondsmemory limit per test

256 megabytesinput

standard inputoutput

standard outputAlice and Bob begin their day with a quick game. They first choose a starting number *X*_{0} ≥ 3 and try to reach one million by the process described below.

Alice goes first and then they take alternating turns. In the *i*-th turn, the player whose turn it is selects a prime number smaller than the current number, and announces the smallest multiple of this prime number that is not smaller than the current number.

Formally, he or she selects a prime *p* < *X*_{i - 1} and then finds the minimum *X*_{i} ≥ *X*_{i - 1} such that *p* divides *X*_{i}. Note that if the selected prime *p* already divides *X*_{i - 1}, then the number does not change.

Eve has witnessed the state of the game after two turns. Given *X*_{2}, help her determine what is the smallest possible starting number *X*_{0}. Note that the players don't necessarily play optimally. You should consider all possible game evolutions.

Input

The input contains a single integer *X*_{2} (4 ≤ *X*_{2} ≤ 10^{6}). It is guaranteed that the integer *X*_{2} is composite, that is, is not prime.

Output

Output a single integer — the minimum possible *X*_{0}.

Examples

Input

14

Output

6

Input

20

Output

15

Input

8192

Output

8191

Note

In the first test, the smallest possible starting number is *X*_{0} = 6. One possible course of the game is as follows:

- Alice picks prime 5 and announces
*X*_{1}= 10 - Bob picks prime 7 and announces
*X*_{2}= 14.

In the second case, let *X*_{0} = 15.

- Alice picks prime 2 and announces
*X*_{1}= 16 - Bob picks prime 5 and announces
*X*_{2}= 20.

Codeforces (c) Copyright 2010-2019 Mike Mirzayanov

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