# Day 2 Problem 3

## Fast Food

**Source file:** food.c *or* food.cpp *or* food.pas

**Input file:** food.in

**Output file:** food.out
The fast food chain, McBurger, has recently consolidated all activities to
restaurants along the Trans Canada Highway. (Following the completion of
fixed links joining Newfoundland and Vancouver Island to the mainland.)
They have also decided to build several warehouses along the highway,
each located at a restaurant and supplying those restaurants nearby.
Naturally, these warehouses should be placed so as to minimize the
distance between the warehouses and the restaurants they service. Your
task is to write a program that determines the optimal positions for
the warehouses.

To make the problem more precise, chairman McBoss has issued the following
specification: You are given the positions of *n* restaurants
across the country as *n* integers *d1 < d2 < ... < dn*.
These integers are the distances, in kilometres, from the company's new
headquarters in St. John's, at the extreme Eastern end of the highway.
You are also given the number *k <= n*, the number of warehouses
to be constructed. You are to place the warehouses at the locations
of *k* of the *n* restaurants so as to minimize the maximum
distance from any restaurant to its nearest warehouse.

### Input Specification

The input file contains several test data sets. Each data set begins
with the two integers *n <= 200* and *k*. Following this will be
*n* integers *d1, d2, ... dn*. The number 0 will follow the
last data set. Each integer will be on a separate line of input.
### Output Specification

For each input data set, output three lines. The first line must contain k
integers giving the locations of the warehouses, in kilometres from head office,
in ascending order. If several sets of warehouse locations yield the
same maximal distance, any one will do.
The second line must contain the maximum distance from any restaurant to
the nearest warehouse (this is the quantity that your program is to
minimize). The third line must be blank.
### Sample Input

6
3
5
6
12
19
20
27
0

### Possible Output for Sample Input

6 20 27
6