
107  ZOJ Monthly, July 2011  B
As usual, Alice finishes her delicious cake at noon. Unfortunately, the smell of cake beckoned hungry Bob, and he decided to rob one piece of cake. The cake is a convex polygon with N edges. At the beginning, Bob cut it along the diagonals. After M cuts, Bob decided to rob the 'largest' piece of cake. Strangely, in Bob's opinion, the piece has the most number of edge is the biggest one. Please help Bob to find the 'largest' piece. InputThere are multiple test cases (about 20). The first line of each test case contains two integer number N, M (5 <= N <= 10000), indicating the number of point of the cake and the cut, respectively. The following M lines contain two integer x, y (1 <= x, y <= N), denoting the index of the starting and ending cut point. (the index of points mark from 1 to N clockwise.) The input will guarantee that all of the cuts will not intersect inside the cake, but they may cross each other at the edge of cake, and Bob won't cut along the initial edge of the cake. OutputOutput the maximal size (most number of edges) of the piece which Bob will get. Sample Input7 2 3 6 7 2 Sample Output4 Author: OUYANG, Jialin Contest: ZOJ Monthly, July 2011 