# Matching

### Memory limit: 64 MB

As a part of a new advertising campaign, a big company in Gdynia wants to
put its logo somewhere in the city.
The company is going to spend the whole advertising budget for this year
on the logo, so it has to be really huge.
One of the managers decided to use whole buildings as parts of the logo.

The logo consists of vertical stripes of different heights.
The stripes are numbered from 1 to from left to right.
The logo is described by a permutation of numbers
.
The stripe number is the shortest one, the stripe number is
the second shortest etc., finally the stripe is the tallest one.
The actual heights of the stripes do not really matter.

There are buildings along the main street in Gdynia.
To your surprise, the heights of the buildings are distinct.
The problem is to find all positions where the logo matches the buildings.

Help the company and find all contiguous parts of the sequence of
buildings which match the logo.
A contiguous sequence of buildings matches the logo if
the building number within this sequence is the shortest one, the
building number is the second shortest, etc.
For example a sequence of buildings of heights matches a logo
described by a permutation , since the building number (of
height ) is the shortest one, the building number is the second
shortest and the building number is the tallest.

## Input

The first line of the standard input contains two integers and
().
The second line contains integers , forming a permutation of the
numbers .
That is, and for .
The third line contains integers - the heights of the buildings
( for ).
All the numbers are different.
In each line the integers are separated by single spaces.

Additionally, in test cases worth at least 35 points, and
, whereas in test cases worth at least 60 points,
and .

## Output

The first line of the standard output should contain an integer , the
number of matches.
The second line should contain integers - 1-based indices of
buildings which correspond to the stripe number 1 from the logo in
a proper match.
The numbers should be listed in an increasing order and separated by
single spaces.
If , your program should print an empty second line.

## Example

For the input data:

5 10
2 1 5 3 4
5 6 3 8 12 7 1 10 11 9

the correct result is:

2
2 6

**Explanation:** Both the sequences and
match the logo described by the permutation
. In particular, in the first sequence the
building number (of height ) is the shortest one,
the building number (of height ) is the second shortest,
the building number (of height ) is the third shortest,
and so on.

*Task authors: Tomasz Kulczynski, Tomasz Walen.*