Think of repetitively folding a very long and thin ribbon. First,
the ribbon is spread out from left to right, then it is creased at
its center, and one half of the ribbon is laid over the other. You
can either fold it from the left to the right, picking up the left
end of the ribbon and laying it over the right end, or from the
right to the left, doing the same in the reverse direction. To fold
the already folded ribbon, the whole layers of the ribbon are
treated as one thicker ribbon, again from the left to the right or
the reverse.

After folding the ribbon a number of times, one of the layers of the
ribbon is marked, and then the ribbon is completely unfolded
restoring the original state. Many creases remain on the
unfolded ribbon, and one certain part of the ribbon between two
creases or a ribbon end should be found marked. Knowing which
layer is marked and the position of the marked part when the ribbon
is spread out, can you tell all the directions of the repeated
folding, from the left or from the right?

The figure below depicts the case of the first dataset of the sample input.

### Input

The input consists of at most 100 datasets, each being a line
containing three integers.

*n i j*

The three integers mean the following: The ribbon is folded *n*
times in a certain order; then, the *i*-th layer of the folded
ribbon, counted from the top, is marked; when the ribbon is unfolded
completely restoring the original state, the marked part is
the *j*-th part of the ribbon separated by creases, counted
from the left. Both *i* and *j* are one-based, that is,
the topmost layer is the layer 1 and the leftmost part is numbered
1. These integers satisfy 1 ≤ *n* ≤ 60, 1 ≤ *i*
≤ 2^{n}, and 1 ≤ *j* ≤
2^{n}.

The end of the input is indicated by a line with three zeros.

### Output

For each dataset, output one of the possible folding sequences that
bring about the result specified in the dataset.

The folding sequence should be given in one line consisting
of *n* characters, each being either `L`
or `R`. `L` means a folding from the left to the
right, and `R` means from the right to the left. The folding
operations are to be carried out in the order specified in the
sequence.

### Sample Input

3 3 2
12 578 2214
59 471605241352156968 431565444592236940
0 0 0

### Output for the Sample Input

LRR
RLLLRRRLRRLL
LRRRLRRLLRRRRLLLLRLLRRRLRRLLRLLLLLLRLRLLRLRLLLRLRLLRLLRRRLL