92 - ZOJ Monthly, June 2010 - E
Xiaoyao likes to play with pictures very much. When he got a picture, he will use rectangle selection tool to select an area ((x1, y1) to (x2, y2), inclusively) and perform these operations:
After several operations, Xiaoyao wonders what value a pixel at specified position is. Could you tell him?
There are multi cases (no more than 5). Please proceed to the end of input. Each case is like below:
The first line contains two integers W and H, indicating the width and height of the picture. W and H are both between 1 and 255, inclusively.
Following H lines, each line contains W integers, indicating the value of pixels. The first integer of the first line in these H lines is the value of pixel at (0, 0) and the last integer is the value of pixel at (W-1, H-1). All these values are between -105 and 105, inclusively.
Then, a line with one integer M(0 <= M <= 105).
Following M lines, each line contains 5 integers: x1 y1 x2 y2 op, indicating the selected area and the operation. (0 <= x1 <= x2 < W, 0 <= y1 <= y2 < H, 1 <= op <= 5). If op is 1, it means Invert operation. If op is 2, it means Lighten operation. The others follow by analogy. You should follow the order of the input to perform operations.
Finally, there is a line with two integers x and y. (0 <= x < W, 0 <= y < H) Your task is to output the value of pixel at (x, y) after performing above operations.
For each case, output a single line containing one integer which is the value of pixel at (x, y) at last.
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