cous'in (k\O(u,ù)zn), n. (Also first cousin) child of one's uncle or aunt; my second (third...) cousin, my parent's first (second...) cousin's child; my first cousin once (twice...) removed, my first cousin's child (grandchild...), also my parent's (grandparent's...) first cousin.
Put more precisely, any two persons whose closest common ancestor is
(m+1) generations away from one person and
(m+1)+n generations away from the other are
mth cousins nce removed. Normally, m >= 1
and n >= 0, but being used to computers counting from 0, in
this problem we require m >= 0 and n >= 0. This
extends the normal definition so that siblings are zeroth cousins. We
write such a relationship as
If one of the persons is an ancestor of the other, p
generations away where p >= 1, they have a relationship
closer than a relationship
m1 < m2 or
(m1 = m2 and
n1 < n2). A relationship
descendant-p1 is closer than
p1 < p2. A
descendant-p relationship is always closer than
Write a program that accepts definitions of simple relationships between individuals and displays the closest cousin or descendant relationship, if any, which exists between arbitrary pairs of individuals.
'#' lines are comments. Ignore them.
'R' lines direct your program to record a relationship between two different individuals. The first 5 characters following the 'R' constitute the name of the first person; the next 5 characters constitute the name of the second. Case is significant. Following the names, possibly separated from them by blanks, is a non-negative integer, k, defining the relationship. If k is 0, then the named individuals are siblings. If k is 1, then the first named person is a child of the second. If k is 2, then the first named person is a grandchild of the second, and so forth. Ignore anything on the line following the integer.
'F' lines are queries; your program is to find the closest relationship, if any, which exists between the two different persons whose 5 character names follow the 'F'. Ignore anything on the line following the second name. A query should be answered only with regard to 'R' lines which precede the query in the input.
There will be one 'E' line to mark the end of the input data. Ignore anything on or after the 'E' line.
with m, n and p replaced by integers calculated as defined above. If no relationship exists between the pair, your program is to output the following:
aaaaa and bbbbb are descendant-p.
aaaaa and bbbbb are cousin-m-n.
aaaaa and bbbbb are not related.
A person is not an ancestor of himself/herself.
# A Comment! RFred Joe 1 Fred is Joe's son RFran Fred 2 RJake Fred 1 RBill Joe 1 RBill Sue 1 RJean Sue 1 RJean Don 1 RPhil Jean 3 RStan Jean 1 RJohn Jean 1 RMary Don 1 RSusanMary 4 RPeg Mary 2 FFred Joe FJean Jake FPhil Bill FPhil Susan FJake Bill FDon Sue FStan John FPeg John FJean Susan FFran Peg FJohn Avram RAvramStan 99 FJohn Avram FAvramPhil E
Fred and Joe are descendant-1. Jean and Jake are not related. Phil and Bill are cousin-0-3. Phil and Susan are cousin-3-1. Jake and Bill are cousin-0-1. Don and Sue are not related. Stan and John are cousin-0-0. Peg and John are cousin-1-1. Jean and Susan are cousin-0-4. Fran and Peg are not related. John and Avram are not related. John and Avram are cousin-0-99. Avram and Phil are cousin-2-97.