# BSSPC '20 J2

James cares a lot about how he is doing in school, and wants to see how has his past performance been. We have been provided with his past scores. If:

- there are five consecutive marks which form a strictly increasing sequence (a sequence such that each number is greater than, not equal to, the last, such as 85, 87, 91, 96, 100), we conclude that
`James is smurfing`

- there are five consecutive marks which form a strictly decreasing sequence (a sequence such that each number is less than, not equal to, the last, such as 100, 99, 98, 97, 60), we conclude that
`James is inting`

- there are five consecutive marks which are identical (such as 100, 100, 100, 100, 100),
we conclude that
`James is stable`

- there are no pattern that forms, we conclude that
`James is fluctuating`

## Input

the input will be five positive integers, being his mark on one of his past assignments, each on its own line of input.

## Output

Output the pattern that James is showing, either `James is smurfing`

, `James is inting`

, `James is stable`

, or `James is fluctuating`

## Sample Input

```
100
100
100
100
100
```

## Sample Output

```
James is stable
```

## Sample Input

```
100
77
86
98
92
```

## Sample Output

```
James is fluctuating
```