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You are given nn lengths of segments that need to be placed on an infinite axis with coordinates.

The first segment is placed on the axis so that one of its endpoints lies at the point with coordinate 00. Let’s call this endpoint the “start” of the first segment and let’s call its “end” as that endpoint that is not the start. Minimal Coverage solution codeforces

The “start” of each following segment must coincide with the “end” of the previous one. Thus, if the length of the next segment is dd and the “end” of the previous one has the coordinate xx, the segment can be placed either on the coordinates [xd,x][x−d,x], and then the coordinate of its “end” is xdx−d, or on the coordinates [x,x+d][x,x+d], in which case its “end” coordinate is x+dx+d.

The total coverage of the axis by these segments is defined as their overall union which is basically the set of points covered by at least one of the segments. It’s easy to show that the coverage will also be a segment on the axis. Determine the minimal possible length of the coverage that can be obtained by placing all the segments on the axis without changing their order.

### Minimal Coverage solution codeforces

The first line contains an integer tt (1t10001≤t≤1000) — the number of test cases.

The next 2t2t lines contain descriptions of the test cases.

The first line of each test case description contains an integer nn (1n1041≤n≤104) — the number of segments. The second line of the description contains nn space-separated integers aiai (1ai10001≤ai≤1000) — lengths of the segments in the same order they should be placed on the axis.

It is guaranteed that the sum of nn over all test cases does not exceed 104104.

### Minimal Coverage solution codeforces

Print tt lines, each line containing the answer to the corresponding test case. The answer to a test case should be a single integer — the minimal possible length of the axis coverage.

Example

input

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6
2
1 3
3
1 2 3
4
6 2 3 9
4
6 8 4 5
7
1 2 4 6 7 7 3
8
8 6 5 1 2 2 3 6


### Minimal Coverage solution codeforces

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3
3
9
9
7
8

Note

In the third sample test case the segments should be arranged as follows: [0,6][4,6][4,7][2,7][0,6]→[4,6]→[4,7]→[−2,7]. As you can see, the last segment [2,7][−2,7] covers all the previous ones, and the total length of coverage is 99.

In the fourth sample test case the segments should be arranged as [0,6][2,6][2,2][2,7][0,6]→[−2,6]→[−2,2]→[2,7]. The union of these segments also occupies the area [2,7][−2,7] and has the length of 99.