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B. Marlin

time limit per test

1 secondmemory limit per test

256 megabytesinput

standard inputoutput

standard outputThe city of Fishtopia can be imagined as a grid of $$$4$$$ rows and an odd number of columns. It has two main villages; the first is located at the top-left cell $$$(1,1)$$$, people who stay there love fishing at the Tuna pond at the bottom-right cell $$$(4, n)$$$. The second village is located at $$$(4, 1)$$$ and its people love the Salmon pond at $$$(1, n)$$$.

The mayor of Fishtopia wants to place $$$k$$$ hotels in the city, each one occupying one cell. To allow people to enter the city from anywhere, hotels should not be placed on the border cells.

A person can move from one cell to another if those cells are not occupied by hotels and share a side.

Can you help the mayor place the hotels in a way such that there are equal number of shortest paths from each village to its preferred pond?

Input

The first line of input contain two integers, $$$n$$$ and $$$k$$$ ($$$3 \leq n \leq 99$$$, $$$0 \leq k \leq 2\times(n-2)$$$), $$$n$$$ is odd, the width of the city, and the number of hotels to be placed, respectively.

Output

Print "YES", if it is possible to place all the hotels in a way that satisfies the problem statement, otherwise print "NO".

If it is possible, print an extra $$$4$$$ lines that describe the city, each line should have $$$n$$$ characters, each of which is "#" if that cell has a hotel on it, or "." if not.

Examples

Input

7 2

Output

YES

.......

.#.....

.#.....

.......

Input

5 3

Output

YES

.....

.###.

.....

.....

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