# Alien Integers

Exploratory robots are essential to expanding our
understanding of the moon, Mars, and other celestial bodies.
When there are two or more robots in the same vicinity, they
need to be marked by humanly readable integers for purposes of
visual tracking. To reduce the possibility of error in visual
recognition of the robots in dark and dusty environments,
numbers are chosen so that they have no digits in common. More
formally, two non-negative integers are *alien* to each other if there is no digit which
occurs in both of their decimal representations. For example,
$11\, 229$ and
$67\, 840$ are alien to
each other, while $2\,
022$ and $427$ are
not. No integer is alien to $1\,
234\, 567\, 890$.

The numbers on robots in the same area should also be close to each other numerically (for instance, to simplify processing of the marks by the software, to make them easy to remember, to distinguish them from other groups of robots marked in similar manner, …).

The Institute for Computerized Planetary Circumambulation needs a program to identify the nearest number that is alien to a given number. Can you help?

## Input

The input consists of an integer $N$ ($1 \leq N \leq 10^{15}$) given on a single line.

## Output

When there is one non-negative alien integer $Y$ closest to the input number
$N$, output the value of
$Y$. When there are two
such integers that are equally close to the input number
$N$, output both of them
in ascending order, on a single line. When there is no integer
alien to the input number $N$, output `Impossible`.

Sample Input 1 | Sample Output 1 |
---|---|

24 |
19 |

Sample Input 2 | Sample Output 2 |
---|---|

605 |
499 711 |

Sample Input 3 | Sample Output 3 |
---|---|

98765432011 |
Impossible |