Time Limit: 2000/1000 MS (Java/Others)
Memory Limit: 32768/32768 K (Java/Others)
As you know, when you want to hack someone's program, you must submit your test data. However sometimes you will submit invalid data, so we need a data checker to check your data. Now small W has prepared a problem for BC, but he is too busy to write the data checker. Please help him to write a data check which judges whether the input is an integer ranged from a to b (inclusive).
Note: a string represents a valid integer when it follows below rules.
1. When it represents a non-negative integer, it contains only digits without leading zeros.
2. When it represents a negative integer, it contains exact one negative sign ('-') followed by digits without leading zeros and there are no characters before '-'.
3. Otherwise it is not a valid integer.
Multi test cases (about 100), every case occupies two lines, the first line contain a string which represents the input string, then second line contains a and b separated by space. Process to the end of file.
Length of string is no more than 100.
The string may contain any characters other than '\n','\r'.
-1000000000$\leq a \leq b \leq 1000000000$
For each case output "YES" (without quote) when the string is an integer ranged from a to b, otherwise output "NO" (without quote).
BestCoder Round #12