# Not the Best

Abul is not the best student in his class; neither is he the best player in his team. Not that he is bad; he is really good, but unfortunately not the best. Last semester our “not quite the best” Abul took a course on algo- rithms. In one of the assignments he was required to find the shortest path from a given vertex x to another vertex y in a weighted directed graph. As you have probably already guessed, he rarely managed to find the shortest path; instead he always ended up finding the k-th (2 ≤ k ≤ 10) shortest path from x to y. If he was fortunate enough and the shortest k paths from x to y had the same length, he was given credit for his solution. For example, for the graph on the right, Abul was asked to find the shortest path from vertex 5 to vertex 2. The shortest 7 paths from vertex 5 to vertex 2 are listed below in non-decreasing order of length. For this graph Abul was able to find the 5-th shortest path which could be either 5 → 4 → 3 → 2 → 5 → 1 → 2 or 5 → 1 → 2 → 5 → 4 → 3 → 2 , each with length 15. Path Length 5→1→2 5 5→4→3→2 6 5→1→2→5→1→2 14 5→4→3→2→5→1→2 15 5→1→2→5→4→3→2 15 5→4→3→2→5→4→3→2 16 5→1→2→5→1→2→5→1→2 23 Given a description of the graph, source vertex x, target vertex y, and the value of k, you need to find out the length of the path Abul computed. You may assume that there exists at least one path from x to y in the given graph. Input The input may contain multiple test cases. The first line of each test case contains two integers n (2 ≤ n ≤ 100) and m (1 ≤ m ≤ 1000) giving respectively the number of vertices, and the number of edges in the graph. Each vertex in the graph is identified by a unique integer in [1, n]. The second line of the test case contains the values of x, y andk(1≤x,y≤100,x̸=y,2≤k≤10). Eachofthenextmlinescontainsthreeintegersu,vandl (1 ≤ u, v ≤ 100, 0 ≤ l ≤ 10000) specifying a directed edge of length l from vertex u to vertex v. The input terminates with two zeros for n and m. Output For each test case in the input output a line containing an integer giving the length of the k-th shortest path in the graph. If the graph does not have at least k paths from x to y, output a ‘-1’ instead.

2/2 Sample Input 33 134 133 124 235 56 525 122 254 323 431 513 542 22 123 125 222 00 Sample Output -1 15 9