# Travel in Desert

There is a group of adventurers who like to travel in the desert. Everyone knows travelling in desert can be very danger- ous. That’s why they plan their trip care- fully every time. There are a lot of fac- tors to consider before they make their final decision. One of the most important factors is the weather. It is undesirable to travel under extremely high temperature. They always try to avoid going to the hottest place. However, it is unavoidable some- times as it might be on the only way to the destination. To decide where to go, they will pick a route that the highest temperature is minimized. If more than one route satisfy this criterion, they will choose the shortest one. There are several oases in the desert where they can take a rest. That means they are travelling from oasis to oasis before reaching the destination. They know the lengths and the temperatures of the paths between oases. You are to write a program and plan the route for them. Input Input consists of several test cases. Your program must process all of them. The first line contains two integers N and E (1 ≤ N ≤ 100; 1 ≤ E ≤ 10000) where N represents the number of oasis and E represents the number of paths between them. Next line contains two distinct integers S and T (1 ≤ S, T ≤ N ) representing the starting point and the destination respectively. The following E lines are the information the group gathered. Each line contains 2 integers X, Y and 2 real numbers R and D (1 ≤ X,Y ≤ N;20 ≤ R ≤ 50;0 < D ≤ 40). It means there is a path between X and Y , with length D km and highest temperature RoC. Each real number has exactly one digit after the decimal point. There might be more than one path between a pair of oases. Output Print two lines for each test case. The first line should give the route you find, and the second should contain its length and maximum temperature. Sample Input 69 16 1 2 37.1 10.2 2 3 40.5 20.7 3 4 42.8 19.0 3 1 38.3 15.8 4 5 39.7 11.1

2/2 6 3 36.0 22.5 5 6 43.9 10.2 2 6 44.2 15.2 4 6 34.2 17.4 Sample Output 136 38.3 38.3