Time Limit: 2000/2000 MS (Java/Others)

Memory Limit: 65535/32768 K (Java/Others)

Consider a network $G=(V,E)$ with source $s$ and sink $t$. An s-t cut is a partition of nodes set $V$ into two parts such that $s$ and $t$ belong to different parts. The cut set is the subset of $E$ with all edges connecting nodes in different parts. A minimum cut is the one whose cut set has the minimum summation of capacities. The size of a cut is the number of edges in the cut set. Please calculate the smallest size of all minimum cuts.

The input contains several test cases and the first line is the total number of cases $T~(1\le T\le 300)$.

Each case describes a network $G$, and the first line contains two integers $n~(2\le n\le 200)$ and $m~(0\le m\le 1000)$ indicating the sizes of nodes and edges. All nodes in the network are labelled from $1$ to $n$.

The second line contains two different integers $s$ and $t~(1\le s,t\le n)$ corresponding to the source and sink.

Each of the next $m$ lines contains three integers $u,v$ and $w~(1\le w\le 255)$ describing a directed edge from node $u$ to $v$ with capacity $w$.

Each case describes a network $G$, and the first line contains two integers $n~(2\le n\le 200)$ and $m~(0\le m\le 1000)$ indicating the sizes of nodes and edges. All nodes in the network are labelled from $1$ to $n$.

The second line contains two different integers $s$ and $t~(1\le s,t\le n)$ corresponding to the source and sink.

Each of the next $m$ lines contains three integers $u,v$ and $w~(1\le w\le 255)$ describing a directed edge from node $u$ to $v$ with capacity $w$.

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