HDU 1892 See you~ (Two-dimensional tree array)

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See you~

Time limit:5000/3000 MS (java/others) Memory limit:65535/32768 K (java/others)
Total submission (s): 4753 Accepted Submission (s): 1518


Problem Descriptionnow I am leaving Hust ACM. In the past II and half years, I learned so many knowledge on algorithm and programming, and I met so many good friend S. I want to say sorry to Mr, Yin, I must leave now ~~>.<~~. I am very sorry, we could not advanced to the world finals last year.
When coming to our training, a lot of books is in my eyes. And every time the books is moving from one place to another one. Now give your position of the books at the early of the day. And the moving information of the books the day, your work was to tell me how many books was stayed in some rectangles.
To make the problem easier, we divide the same as different grids and a book can only stayed in one grid. The length and the width of the is less than 1000. I can move one book from one position to another position, take away one book from a position or bring in one book and put It on one position.

Inputin the first line of the input file there was an Integer T (1<=t<=10), which means the number of test cases in th e input file. Then N test cases is followed.
For each test case, in the first line there is a Integer Q (1<q<=100,000), means the queries of the case. Then followed by Q queries.
There is 4 kind of queries, sum, add, delete and move.
For example:
S x1 y1 x2 y2 means you should tell me the total books of the rectangle used (x1,y1)-(x2,y2) as the diagonal, including th e-Points.
A x1 y1 N1 means I put N1 books on the position (X1,Y1)
D x1 y1 N1 means I move away N1 books on the position (x1,y1), if less than N1 books at this position, move away all of th Em.
M x1 y1 x2 y2 n1 means you move N1 books from (x1,y1) to (x2,y2), if less than N1 books at that position, move away all of them.
Make sure in first, there is a book on every grid and 0<=x1,y1,x2,y2<=1000,1<=n1<=100.

Outputat the beginning of each case, output ' case x: ' where x is the index of the "the" and then followed by the "S" Quer ies.
For each "S" query, just print out the total number of books in the.

Sample input23s 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 2S 1 1 1 13S 1 1 1 1 a 1 1 2S 1 1 1 2

Sample outputcase 1:13case 2:14

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HDU 1892 See you~ (Two-dimensional tree array)

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