n,u=map(int,input().split())

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      Map Split

      The code creates two lists, n and u. The first list, n, contains the numbers from 0 to 9. The second list, u, contains the letters of the alphabet. The code uses the map() function to convert the lists into integers. The map() function takes an input list and converts it into an output list. For each number in the input list, the map() function converts it into an integer. The code then uses the split() function to divide the list into two parts. The first part, n, contains the integers from 0 to 3. The second part, u, contains the letters of the alphabet.

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