There are a lot of Abul Kalam Azad in Bangladesh. But, why is he so special? Not that he is my dad is the only reason. He can wonderfully do some calculation. If anyone gives him any positive integer k, he amazingly can say the relative perfect number 2k−1(2k − 1) without using neither calculator nor computer. Say, I have told him to find out the relative perfect number of 2, he replies 6 which is a perfect number. But perfect is not possible for all the integers. I have asked him the process, but he says that I should find this thing out by myself how an integer is related to a perfect number. Anyway, I have challenged him that it is very possible for me to do the same calculation using a computer. Although I could not figure out how he can do this, I know that the next ACM Online Programming Contest is near at hand and World’s top programmers are available to solve my very simple problem. Now, you are to write a program for me to win over my dad, which will take input n, and determine the perfect number p. Input An integer 1 < n ≤ 31 is given in each input line. Output Output will be in the following format: • If perfect number is possible Perfect: p! • If perfect number is not possible, but given number is prime Given number is prime. But, NO perfect number is available. • If perfect number is not possible and given number is not prime Given number is NOT prime! NO perfect number is available. Sample Input 2 3 6 0 Sample Output Perfect: 6! Perfect: 28! Given number is NOT prime! NO perfect number is available.