## Problem 5: STACK Print Server

In a computer science lab, somewhere in Ontario, print jobs are sent to a print server. It is standard practice, that all jobs are placed in a queue, and they are printed in first-come-first-served order.

However, in this case, print jobs are placed on a stack, where the last one in is the first one out. When a job gets pushed onto the stack at the same time as the server "pops" a job off the stack, popping takes place before pushing.

The input will contain 5 sets of data. The first line of each data set contains the number of lines that follow. Each of these lines contains three data, separated by a space: a 6-digit number representing the time the job is pushed onto the stack of the form: HHMMSS; a 3 digit number, representing the number of seconds it takes to print the job; and the name of the person who is sending the job (no more than 10 characters). The list is in the order in which jobs are requested.

It is your task to output the statistics on the 5th and last person printed.

### Sample Input: (3 of 5 cases only: no blank lines between sets)

 ```12 110246 006 Alyssa 110332 189 Juan 110338 124 Jack 110422 074 Tanner 110608 130 Mary 110628 117 Seth 110915 003 Joshua 110947 007 Elizabeth 110957 023 Shelby 111048 133 Dalton 111123 095 Makayla 111205 193 Kayla ``` ```10 111316 065 Dylan 111357 189 David 111411 050 Miguel 111449 048 Cameron 111553 047 Monica 111647 173 Sydney 111813 172 Maria 111832 040 Patrick 111836 032 Melissa 111956 098 Ryan ``` ```13 112030 172 Miranda 112045 062 Katherine 112229 003 Kaylee 112310 086 Alexander 112440 151 Jesse 112810 066 Anthony 112915 023 Stephanie 113109 170 Sierra 113208 115 Gabriel 113254 174 Mark 113352 078 Caroline 113540 171 Brooke 113552 178 Steven```

### Sample Output:

```job  5 completed at 11:11:11 for Shelby
job 12 completed at 11:21:40 for Jack

job  5 completed at 11:19:55 for David
job 10 completed at 11:28:30 for Sydney

job  5 completed at 11:28:24 for Katherine
job 13 completed at 11:45:55 for Gabriel```

### Detailed Analysis for the first list:

```11:02:46 Alyssa      arrives: busy till: 11:02:52
11:02:52 Alyssa      is finished: Job #1
11:03:32 Juan        arrives: busy till: 11:06:41
11:03:38 Jack        on the stack. Number of people waiting: 1
11:04:22 Tanner      on the stack. Number of people waiting: 2
11:06:08 Mary        on the stack. Number of people waiting: 3
11:06:28 Seth        on the stack. Number of people waiting: 4
11:06:41 Juan        is finished: Job #2
11:06:41 Seth        from the stack: busy till: 11:08:38
11:08:38 Seth        is finished: Job #3
11:08:38 Mary        from the stack: busy till: 11:10:48
11:09:15 Joshua      on the stack. Number of people waiting: 3
11:09:47 Elizabeth   on the stack. Number of people waiting: 4
11:09:57 Shelby      on the stack. Number of people waiting: 5
11:10:48 Mary        is finished: Job #4
11:10:48 Shelby      from the stack: busy till: 11:11:11
11:10:48 Dalton      on the stack. Number of people waiting: 5
11:11:11 Shelby      is finished: Job #5
11:11:11 Dalton      from the stack: busy till: 11:13:24
11:11:23 Makayla     on the stack. Number of people waiting: 5
11:12:05 Kayla       on the stack. Number of people waiting: 6
11:13:24 Dalton      is finished: Job #6
11:13:24 Kayla       from the stack: busy till: 11:16:37
11:16:37 Kayla       is finished: Job #7
11:16:37 Makayla     from the stack: busy till: 11:18:12
11:18:12 Makayla     is finished: Job #8
11:18:12 Elizabeth   from the stack: busy till: 11:18:19
11:18:19 Elizabeth   is finished: Job #9
11:18:19 Joshua      from the stack: busy till: 11:18:22
11:18:22 Joshua      is finished: Job #10
11:18:22 Tanner      from the stack: busy till: 11:19:36
11:19:36 Tanner      is finished: Job #11
11:19:36 Jack        from the stack: busy till: 11:21:40
11:21:40 Jack        is finished: Job #12
```

Point Value: 15
Time Limit: 2.00s
Memory Limit: 16M

Languages Allowed:
C++03, PAS, C, HASK, ASM, RUBY, PYTH2, JAVA, PHP, SCM, CAML, PERL, C#, C++11, PYTH3

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Any idea why I'm getting a test case wrong?

Edit: Is it 24 hour time?

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I'm bumping up an old thread but I see you didn't quite solve your issue. I have ascertained that 24h time is not the problem.

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Can you provide a clue of why I'm getting WA?

Any help is much appreciated

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My Java's rusty I'm afraid so I can't follow your code perfectly, but are you confident in your processing of "leftover" jobS? ie. the jobs that are on the stack all jobs have been received.