## Problem Description

Oaiei is a lazy boy. A semester will soon pass, but learning is never too late. Computer Graphics is a relatively easy subject, so he decides to go over this course first. 2D coordinate system is the basis of the graphics so let’s consider a simple problem on how to determine whether a point is in a rectangle, as shown below:

To determine whether a point P(x, y) is in a rectangle, we can simply test whether it meets the following inequality:

where xl and yb are coordinates of the lower-left corner of the rectangle, and xr and yt are coordinates of the upper-right corner of the rectangle. If the point P meets the inequality above, it is within the rectangle; otherwise, it’s outside the rectangle.

What about a line segment? It’s more or less the same. An arbitrary line segment, compared to a defined rectangle, all the possible relationships can be showed as follows:

Now it’s your question. In a 2D coordinate system, oaiei has drawn a rectangle. All he wants are lines in the rectangular region and the outside part is cut off. Can you help him find out the coordinates of the line after clipping?

## Input

The input consists of several test cases. For each case, the first line consists of four integers xl, yb, xr, yt (0 <= xl, yb, xr, yt <= 100) separated by a space. The first two integers are the coordinates describing the lower-left corner of the rectangle. The latter two are the coordinates describing the upper-right corner of the rectangle.
The second line consists of a integer N (N <= 100), indicating the number of lines oaiei has drawn.
For line 3 to n + 2, each line consists of four integers sl, eb, sr, et (-1000 <= sl, eb, sr, et <= 1000, sl <= sr, eb <=et). The first two integers are the coordinates describing the lower-left corner of the line. The latter two are the coordinates describing the upper-right corner of the line.

## Output

The first line should contain the number of lines after clipping.
Then each line for a line segment which consists of four numbers. The first two are the coordinates describing the lower-left corner of the line. The latter two are the coordinates describing the upper-right corner of the line. All the number should be rounded to two decimal digits. If the lower-left point meets the upper-right point, output the two points. All output should be the same order as input.

## Sample Input

0 0 2 2
4
0 0 1 1
-2 -1 3 3
1 2 1 4
3 3 4 4

## Sample Output

3
0.00 0.00 1.00 1.00
0.00 0.60 1.75 2.00
1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00

## Source

FOJ月赛-2007年6月