Anyone who goes to wlmac knows that the classroom numbers are not in order, and the students need a program that shows them where their classroom is.
More specifically, given an array of N numbers (1 <= N <= 10^5) which represents the hallway of classrooms, and Q students (1 <= Q <= N), find the 1-based index/position of each student's classroom.
The first line will contain N (The number of classrooms).
The second line will contain N space-separated integers (the classrooms themselves).
The third line will contain Q (The number of students who require classroom finding).
The fourth line will contain Q space-separated integers (each student's classroom number, which you are required to locate the position of).
For each student, print the index of that student's classroom's position in the hallway on a separate line
For all cases: each classroom number is within the range (1 <= i <= 10^9). All classroom numbers are guaranteed to be unique.
For 30% of the points, each classroom number is within the range (1 <= i <= 10^5)
20 8 1 3 10
Explanation for Sample Input 1:
The student's classroom (10) is the fifth classroom in the hallway
30 21 1 200 84 710 911 28
21 911 30 28 1